National Cold & Flu Tracker (CLOSED)

It’s January, and around here, this is when cold and flu season seems to hit my household the hardest. I’ve got to do everything I can to keep my family healthy.

Luckily, Triaminic is finding ways to help. With their National Cold and Flu Tracker, where you can find out exactly where the flu is hitting the hardest, to their wonderful tips for fending off the flu. Not only that, but they also offer Sick Day Guidelines, Cold & Cough Guide, and an Allergy Guide.

Here are a few quick tips to help you prepare for the Cold & Flu Season:

1. Stock your medicine cabinet to prepare for when cold and flu symptoms appear.

2. Remind kids to avoid sharing food, drinks, and utensils.

3. Have your kids wash their hands with soap and water often.

Moms can trust Triaminic to help care for their children. They go out of their way to provide safe, effective relief of cold and flu symptoms. With their thin strips, we can ensure that our children are getting exactly the dose they need.

Here’s more information about Triaminic that you should read from their Why Trust Triaminic? Page:

At Triaminic, we care about your child’s safety more than anything.
That’s why we wanted to provide you with the latest information on over-the-counter children’s cough and cold products. The makers of these medicines are voluntarily changing the product labeling to read “Do not use for children under age 4”. For products containing antihistamines, labeling will include the instructions “do not use for the purpose of making your child sleepy.” These labeling changes are being made in consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and out of an abundance of caution to help avoid unintentional consumer misuse of these products.

Triaminic® products are safe and effective when used as directed and have been used to relieve children’s cough and cold symptoms for more than 50 years. We care about your children’s safety and want to assure you that you can continue to use Triaminic® products as directed for your children age 4 and older.
Our focus is on re-labeling our Triaminic® products to clearly reflect the new directions to help guide parents and caregivers on the safe and appropriate use of these products. In the meantime, it’s possible that some products on store shelves may still have dosing information for children under 4. During this transition period, please follow these dosing instructions:

Directions

Children under 4 years Do not use
Children 4 – under 12 years Follow dosing instructions on package

Contact the poison control or medical center if you suspect your child has overdosed or taken medicine on his own.
If you have general questions about Triaminic® products, contact the Triaminic Clinic at 1-800-KIDS-987.

Be sure to read the rest of the page for important dosage guides, ingredients lists, and tons of information.

Want to Try Triaminic for Yourself?
To Buy: You can purchase Triaminic Products anywhere, and Triaminic will even give you a coupon for $1.50 off.

You can WIN! Triaminic is offering 4 boxes (14 ct. each) of Triaminic Thin Strips to 3 of my readers to help them fight the cold and flu season.

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Disclaimer: I was contacted by You Cast Corp on behalf of Triaminic. They offered the free boxes of Triaminic Thin Strips for the giveaway. I was not given any free products, and I was not compensated in any way for this post.

Angie Vinez (2872 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 8. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.



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    kathy pease says:

    Like any product on the market, cold and cough medicines can have side effects. Therefore, it's always recommended to follow product label carefully. For detailed information on potential side effects pertaining to different ingredients in Triaminic® products, please read the entire label carefully.

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    kathy pease says:

    following on twitter klp1965

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    kathy pease says:

    following your blog as klp1965

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    I did not know Triaminic had the Flowing Vapor fan. That is awesome, I know what I'll be getting next time one of the kids get stuffy! momof4bats@aol.com

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    It's made in Lincoln, Nebraska..

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    I learned that we have moderate flu activity in our area right now – a good time to be stocking up! Thanks for the chance!

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    I follow through google connect

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    I follow you on twitter @RyleeForLife

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