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Snort. Sniffle. Sneeze. No antibiotics please
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    Treat colds and flu with care. Talk to your healthcare provider. As a parent, you want to help your child feel better. But antibiotics aren’t always the answer. They don’t fight the viruses that cause colds and flu. What will? Fluids and plenty of rest are best. Talk to your healthcare provider. Find out when antibiotics work—and when they don’t. The best care is the right care. For more information, please call 1-800-CDC-INFO or visit Target Audience: Parents of young children and adult consumers ages 18-49 years. This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in children. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer for a cold or flu. CDC-INFO Pub ID 999491 -- 999491 -- Publication date from document properties. caucasian-color-p.pdf
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