Sooner or later, your child will spike a fever and it will freak you out, especially if she's still a baby. Fevers are often the first symptom of illness and though doctors are fond of saying that they're actually a good thing--the body is doing its job fighting off germs--most parents don't see it that way. Here’s what you need to know to handle this oh-so-common childhood condition.
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