During the first 4 weeks of life “common cold” viruses occur frequently and can make your little one sick….

Not much is known about the number of, and the burden due to, virus infections that happen during the very first four weeks of life – called the “neonatal period“. Read More …

Human respiratory syncytial virus: an example of why calling them many usually outweighs calling them few, or one

Human respiratory syncytial virus (HRSV) is a beast of a respiratory virus among infants-a leading cause of their hospitalization. One estimate reported the worldwide infection of 33.8 million infants younger Read More …

Severe parechovirus infection in infants: adding to the case for a role in later neurodevelopmental issues…

Human parechovirus (HPeV) infections favour the warmer weather and while we can all be infected, we usually note more severe disease in children.[2] Most infections are mild or probably not Read More …