RSV is a really scary virus.

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is one version of the common cold. For most healthy children and adults it will cause a slight cough, watery nasal congestion, and mild fever. But in babies that were born  prematurely or have certain health conditions, RSV can be much more serious and have devastating health consequences.


LEARN HOW to PROTECT YOUR FAMILY.


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RSV is a Really Scary Virus... 

Do you have a plan for this Halloween? 


See NPA's tips for making your Halloween a little less scary.

    • Be together.
    • Have fun.
    • Limit your risks for RSV and flu infections.



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