This post was sponsored by AstraZeneca as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
     As a mom of both babies who were born prematurely and babies born with congenital heart defects, I know the risks that RSV season brings with it. Most of us do not consider how fragile our little one's lungs are. When we hold them, we see how tiny they are and we feel like we can protect them from everything, as long as we keep them close. It is important for all parents to know how to keep their child's lungs save from this season's biggest threat. By knowing the facts about RSV and learning how you can protect your child's lungs, you can keep your little one safe all through the year! 
     RSV is a common seasonal virus that typically occurs between November and March each year. To educate parents, National RSV Awareness Month is every October. The goal is to educate parents about the warning signs of the virus along with the preventative measures you can take to keep your baby safe. 
     When I was a new mom with a baby who was ill, I wish I had known the symptoms to watch for and the preventative steps to keep my little one safe. Nearly all babies under the age of two will contract RSV, however severity varies. 
     Taking precautions is super simple and remembering is even easier! The graphic below has a ton of wonderful information on how to keep your little one's lungs safe and what symptoms to watch for! 
     Don't forget to head over to the RSV Protection Site here for even more info on protecting your most precious possession! Keep RSV education going all through the season and spread the word this October. 
This post was sponsored by AstraZeneca as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
 


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11/02/2016 9:36pm

New born babies is need much care. RSV is virus and many kids are effected by this virus. This post is awareness of RSV virus. We can save us this virus for our kids.

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