Preschool and elementary school children may get up to 12 colds per year, and while colds are more common in the fall and winter, summer colds occur more frequently than you might think. Exposure to air-conditioning, airplane travel and summer camp playmates may put your child at risk. And most parents agree that summer colds are particularly annoying as the symptoms – fever, sore throat, and other aches and pains – often disrupt the very activities your child most looks forward to in the summer.
The good news is that Children’s Advil relieves aches and pains due to the common cold or flu including sore throats and headaches. And Children’s Advil reduces fever faster* and keeps it down longer than Children’s Tylenol - up to 8 hours of relief in just one dose.
*Based on reducing fever below 100°F.
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