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with Dr. Mona
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MONDAY MORNINGS WITH DR. MONA: "Why is my kid ALWAYS sick and when do I need to be concerned?" - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

Tis' the season of virus, virus, virus.And it seems never-ending. I have so many parents DMing me on my Instagram account wondering if their kid is the only one sick "all the time." YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I see kids from all various ethnicities and so...

On this episode of

Monday Mornings

with Dr. Mona
I Answer 2 Questions:

Tis’ the season of virus, virus, virus.

And it seems never-ending.

I have so many parents DMing me on my Instagram account wondering if their kid is the only one sick “all the time.”

YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I see kids from all various ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds sick right now (not just COVID).

Illnesses happen, especially viral illnesses.

I discuss:

  • Why our kids get so many viruses
  • Why it seems worse during the pandemic
  • Why back-to-back illnesses happen
  • When to be concerned about repetitive illnesses
  • How to reframe when your child is constantly sick

Blog on Immune health and supplements

  • https://pedsdoctalk.com/does-my-child-need-an-immune-supplement/

Fever YouTube Video:

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jgZ1Y7gmu8&t=5s

Cough YouTube Video:

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=za2eU-KoHP4&t=8s
Tune in to hear me answer these questions.

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