How To Survive Your Kid’s First Sick Day

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As much as some of us would like to, we can’t send our kid to school in a bubble. That means they inevitably catch nasty germs sometimes. Here’s how to get through having them home, while trying to keep yourself from catching whatever cold/flu/plague is going around this month.