RSV cases reported locally


November 10, 2021

Dr. Amy Seinfeld

Fall is upon us here in northeastern Colorado. When cooler temps arrive, so do illnesses.

Dr. Amy Seinfeld, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Haxtun Health, discusses what we can do to prevent transmission, RSV symptoms and how to treat those symptoms.


As parents, we want to ensure our children are healthy and thriving, but we know that germs are everywhere and children will get sick at some point or another. So, let's dive into what symptoms of RSV may look like and how the virus presents itself.

"Signs of RSV are runny nose, fever and cough," Seinfeld states. "Children...

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