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    Have you heard of RSV bronchiolitis?
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    Dan Brennan, MD posted:
    RSV bronchiolitis is a common viral infection that is in many of our communities right now.

    Here is a link that talks about this respiratory infection that causes a lot of mucus, wheezing and sometimes hospitaliztion.

    Dr. Dan
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    saywhat789 responded:
    Another great source is the CDC

    http://www.cdc.gov/rsv/index.html

    You can find out when RSV "season" is in your region and be on the lookout for it.
     
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    lovingmomoftwo1984 responded:
    My son actually had RSV when he was 3 months old and had to be hospitalized! This great information to get out in order to prevent or catch the signs early. It is nothing I wish anyone would have to go through!


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