Common Cold in Children
As per most of the High Desert Pediatrics observation, children get up to 8 colds per year. Moreover, it gets more frequent in the winter or rainy season. This is because they get it mostly from other infected children.
The common cold symptoms usually involves a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, sneezing, cough and a headache. Infected children should get plenty of rest and drink a lot of fluids. Over the counter cough and cold medicines are not advisable for children under the age of six.
Even though the symptoms should disappear within a week. But if not please consult your child doctor. You can also find more information in this website: