The flu, COVID-19 and RSV: Why health experts are concerned about this ‘tripledemic’
Hospitals are filling up with people battling both flu and COVID as well as with pediatric patients suffering from RSV. This is what health experts have deemed as the ‘tripledemic’ and there’s concern that these infections will continue to spread.
Amy Schumer reveals son is "better" after being hospitalized with RSV
There has been a spike in RSV cases this fall, which health experts attribute to the fact that children who had been social distancing during the pandemic, and were shielded from it, are now being exposed in large numbers.cbsnews.com
Cold weather virus in summer baffles docs, worries parents
The recent emergence of a virus that typically sickens children in colder months has baffled U.S. pediatricians and put many infants in the hospital with troublesome coughs and breathing trouble. RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, is a common cause of cold-like symptoms but can be serious for infants and the elderly. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a health advisory on June 10 about an increase in RSV cases across parts of the South.news.yahoo.com