Sick Just Got Real with Holiday Germs and Sicknesses

*Disclaimer - This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.

Are you needing some medicines that you know will work for your child?

We have four kids and with two being in school and our state having cold winters, starting in early November, colds and coughing tends to occur. What I like to do to keep the germs away around the holidays is use a humidifier at night, as well as washing our hands often, and using hand sanitizer as well. 

The medicines we go to when our older two kids are sick are:
- Children's Advil which helps if they have a headache
- Children's Dimetapp which is good for a common cold and a cough
- Children's Robitussin which helps a lot with congested chest and a cough. They have a day and nighttime for this, which is very helpful.

These medicines do truly help when they are sick and we keep them in stock, in case either of the older two come down with a cold. 

The Pfizer Pediatric team is here to make sure that you’re prepared for when sick gets real between the excitement, gifts and many family visits around the holidays with go-to pediatric products: Children's Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® and Children’s Dimetapp®. 

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