Tackle Icky Sickness Symptoms with Pfizer Pediatric Products + Reader Giveaway


Summer time can be the worst time to have your kids get sick.  All they want to do is run outside and play all day long. When the germs and ickies catch up, however, the kids’ energy levels crash. I know mine rarely want to leave their beds once sickness hits.

When sick gets real, the pediatric brands of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare are there with three solutions – Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin®, and Children’s Dimetapp® – to tackle the ickiest of symptoms.

Ease those aches and pains, while reducing a child’s fever fast with Children’s Advil®*, a great solution for kids as young as 2 and up to 11. Its also available in several great-tasting flavors, including Sugar-free Dye-free Berry, Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. There’s also Infants’ Advil® White Grape, which provides unsurpassed fever relief (among OTC pain relievers) with a syringe for easy dosing for children 6-23 months.

These were lifesavers for me when my kids were teething and ear aches. My kids always favored the Berry Flavor which made it easier for them to no throw a fit when trying to give it to them.

For your child’s cough, trust Children’s Robitussin® Extended-Release 12 Hour Cough Relief to control and relieve symptoms all-day or all- night. Available in grape or orange flavor, for children ages 4 and up. Please note, certain Children’s Robitussin® products are only suitable for children ages 6 and up.

I don’t even remember how many boxes of Children’s Robitussin Extended Release 12 Hour Cough Relief my family has gone through.  Every now and then my oldest two get a nasty cough.  I give this to them in the morning before school and in the evening before bed and their cough subsides rather quickly. We keep it on hand at all times.

Children’s Dimetapp® Multi-Symptom Cold Relief Dye-Free eases your child’s stuffy and runny nose while quieting a bothersome cough. All in a great-tasting grape flavor that’s dye-free, for children ages 6 and up. This works amazingly well for allergies as well.  I was pleasantly surprised to find that out this summer!

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Get Rid of Summer Germs With Pfizer Pediatric Products

Reader Giveaway: One lucky Jinxy Kids reader will win a $25 virtual visa gift card and (1) Children’s Advil® Suspension, Grape, (1) Children’s Robitussin ® Extended-Release 12 Hour Cough Relief, and (1) Children’s Dimetapp® Multi-Symptom Cold Relief Dye-Free. To enter, just complete the entry form below by 11:59pm ET on 8/4/17. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. James Robert says:

    My kids take vitamins and in the fall/winter, they all take vitamin c which seems to help them out. We also make sure to keep our hands clean and sanitized

  2. Ashley C says:

    We follow a lot of the same guidelines summer and winter. We take vitamins, wash our hands frequently and try to stay away from sick people!

  3. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I do the same routine, eat well, keep things sanitized.

  4. Em Mahr says:

    We do lots of hand washing, eat fruits and veggies and stay hydrated.

  5. Lisa Brown says:

    I carry disinfectant wipes with me and try to keep the hands clean by washing often.

  6. Cynthia C says:

    I do a lot of hand washing.

  7. mami2jcn says:

    We avoid crowds, take vitamins, and use hand sanitizer.

  8. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    We wash our hands frequently, and try to get enough sleep.

  9. Natalie says:

    I make sure my family washes their hands regularly. I also use disinfecting wipes on common household surfaces.

  10. Jessica says:

    Make sure to wash our hands, take vitamin C, get our sleep.

  11. Richard Hicks says:

    We make sure the kids wash their hands frequently

  12. shelly peterson says:

    We try to eat healthy, get good night sleep and take vitamins.

  13. Ann Fantom says:

    I prevent summer sickness by limiting outdoor activities during peak sun hours, resting in the shade and by drinking plenty of water.

  14. cyndi br says:

    we wash our hands several times a day and use sanitizer

  15. Sarah Hayes says:

    we take elderberry syrup and wash hands

  16. Motionless Trees says:

    Wash hands, use disinfectant wipes, take vitamins.

  17. Steve Weber says:

    We use hand sanitizer and wipes, take our vitamins and drink lots of water.

  18. Linda Lansford says:

    I make sure they keep clean and eat healthy

  19. Candice says:

    We eat a lot of healthy foods, and try to stay hydrated and caught up on sleep.

  20. Kelly D says:

    We prevent illness by washing our hands and taking our vitamins.

  21. Charlotte Winters says:

    We wash our hands a lot. I am always running around with Lysol wipes too.

  22. David Hollingsworth says:

    I make sure that my mom and I wipe our messes everywhere. We also wash our hands.

  23. Jessica To says:

    We wash our hands often and take vitamins.

  24. Sarah L says:

    Lots of hand washing, drinking lots of water. Using essential oils.

  25. shannon fowler says:

    We all take vitamins and we try to bring hand sanitizer with us everywhere. We use tylenol day ourselves if we need it, and we use the kid version for them.

  26. Katherine H. says:

    My son has CHD, so he has a pretty weak immune system. The thing that helps the most is just staying home. Staying out of public places, and large groups of people is the best way I deal with my son who gets sick very easily.

  27. Kristen Joiner says:

    Take vitamins, wash your hands or hand sanitizer before anyone eats anything, and lots of time outside enjoying the sun.

  28. Just washing hands frequently.

  29. Inez Cegelis says:

    To try and avoid getting sick, we wash our hands alot use hand sanitizer and take multi vitamins

  30. We wash hands frequently and eat lots of produce.

  31. bill norris says:

    lots of vitamin c and hand washing

  32. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I try to wipe the house down with Lysol if anyone is sick to keep from spreading. Also get sleep and eat healthy to help keep us from getting sick. Also wipe the carts down when we are out shopping.

  33. Wash your hands and drink a lot of water

  34. susan smoaks says:

    i try to eat healthy and exercise to keep my immune system operating optimally.

  35. Thomas Murphy says:

    we take vitamins

  36. janetfaye says:

    I try to prevent summer sickness by eating and cooking healthy food..

  37. We eat lots of vitamin C and other fresh produce from the farmers market!

  38. Austin H. says:

    Wash hands and take multi-vitamins. And get rest

  39. Kimberly O says:

    We make sure we keep up with hand washing. Thanks.

  40. try to get plenty of rest and water and juice

  41. bernie wallace says:

    I prevent sickness by staying away from sick people and frequently washing my hands. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  42. Cleanliness and healthy eating.

  43. Madonna says:

    I spray everything down the lysol and use hand sanitzer.

  44. We try to take lots of vitamins, thank you so much!!!

  45. Elizabeth Miller says:

    To help prevent illnesses in the summer we drink a lot of water, watch that the kids do not get overheated, and every week we wipe down every light switch, door handle, faucet handle, remotes, etc with lysol wipes.

  46. Dan Dykstra says:

    We take daily vitamins and wash our hands a lot.

  47. I prevent summer sickness by washing my hands and eating healthy.

  48. Christine Labelle says:

    We drink plenty of fluids and take our vitamins. With allergies and asthma, it’s hard to not get sick.

  49. Lots of time outside!

  50. We don’t usually get sick in the summer. I guess I’d treat it the same way I treat the winter ills. Hand sanitizers around the house, tissues and garbage cans, too. Eating well and taking vitamins and treating the symptoms.

  51. Denise B. says:

    We don’t get sick in the summer. Usually, once or twice a year, our children get sick. I just make sure the house is always clean; and, since, we live in Florida, we’re outside a lot.

  52. Lauren U says:

    Luckily, they don’t sick too often in the summer since they’re not in school and hanging out with a bunch of sick kids. lol

  53. We keep our immune systems healthy by eating properly. This helps cut back on the sick seasons.

  54. heather says:

    I use childrens advil to fight summer sickness.

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  55. Billie Rowell says:

    Hand washing and generally staying away from sick people. Thanks for the chance to win.

  56. Carly S says:

    I believe in the importance of staying hydrated! I drink lots of water to help speed up recovery.

  57. Amity J says:

    I am forever with the hand sanitizer

  58. paige chandler says:

    Good food and lots of water. I also keep lots of medicine on hand

  59. Mary Cloud says:

    My kids take a lot of Vitamin C

  60. Drink lots of juice,stay inside where it is cool all the time. Allergies are my biggest enemy to trigger me getting sick.

  61. Angel Heaps says:

    drink lots of water and hand washing

  62. Carrie Messer says:

    Frequent hand washing is the best way to prevent disease

  63. Jacqueline Camello says:

    Always drinking water regularely, washing hands, and of course eating healthy. apple a day!

  64. Wendy R. says:

    We try to stay hydrated, which is very important here where it gets up to 120 degrees in the Summer!

  65. amy stonger says:

    We practice good hygiene by washing our hands often. We also take a multivitamin every day. When illness does happen, I’m prepared with medicine, blankets, and cuddles.

  66. Sheila K. says:

    Eating lots of veggies and fruit helps, as does taking daily vitamins and washing one’s hands frequently.

  67. ChristopherC says:

    Gummy vitamins and washing hands.

  68. Hannah C says:

    I make sure to always wash my hands.

  69. debra hall says:

    eat well ,get lots of exercise ..and get plenty of sleep

  70. We eat lots of fruits and veggies all year long.

  71. Jennifer W says:

    We wash our hands as much as possible.

  72. Anne Higgins says:

    We require good sleep and washing of hands habits to keep healthy

  73. Michelle C says:

    We try to eat healthy, get enough sleep and wash our hands often!

  74. I use hand sanitizer very frequently

  75. katie k says:

    We try to eat even healthier and avoid sweets in summer (seems like the are everywhere at BBQs and pool parties!)

  76. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I take vitamins and we wash our hands and use hand sanitizer a lot around our house

  77. Latanya says:

    we take vitamins and wash hands with soap and water

  78. We wash hands and eat healthy!

  79. Shane A says:

    Take multi vitamins, healthy indoor plants and keep Himalayan salt lamps lit.

  80. Keep hydrated, inspect for ticks and otherwise pretty much the same all year long–wash hands, good nutrition and enough sleep.

  81. H. Belser says:

    We prevent summer sickness with regular doctor visits, by taking vitamins and handwashing.

  82. Julie Terry says:

    Keep them hydrated and let them get lots of sleep

  83. Marilyn Nawara says:

    We usually don’t have too much trouble with colds/flu in the summer. If anyone does get a cold/flu, we use cold meds, vitamins and lots of rest.

  84. Cynthia Schmied says:

    We drink fresh homemade lemonade and eat plenty of fruit.

  85. Lots of vitamin c, cold eeze, and essential oils to booster the immune system!

  86. Linda G. says:

    Try to eat healthy, get plenty of sleep, wash hands often.

  87. Diane Hamel says:

    Chicken soup

  88. Cheryl B says:

    We wash our hands and faces often, take a multi-vitamin each day.

  89. Julie Bickham says:

    I keep hand sanitizer in different rooms in my home. That way it’s easier for my kids to keep germs at bay.

  90. Susan Christy says:

    Vitamins, eating lots of fruit & veggies, exercise and stay hydrated. We’re too busy to get sick!

  91. Celeste Herrin says:

    good multi-vitamin, good hygiene, and plenty of sleep.

  92. We prevent by doing a lot of hand-washing, and covering our mouths when we have to sneeze. We trip with products like the ones from Pfizer, as needed.
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  93. Susan Smith says:

    We wash our hands frequently, eat healthy and try to get enough sleep.

  94. Traci A says:

    Wash our hands and I keep hand sanitizer with me while in the go!

  95. Always carry hand sanitizer and take extra vitamin C.

  96. Rachael Cowell says:

    I sanitize EVERYTHING the kids handle, year round.

  97. We wash our hands.

  98. Angela Thorpe says:

    We wash our hands frequently

  99. Allyson Tice says:

    I always have kids sanitize hands when we are on the go to prevent germs from taking over our summer months! Also we try and make sure they have emergen-c for kids!

  100. Becky Kinard says:

    Good handwashing and eating healthy.

  101. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I make sure we always have a good antibacterial hand soap and make the kids wash their hands after school and after playing outside!

  102. Erica B. says:

    Exercising and getting lots of rest.

  103. Amanda lea says:

    Balanced diets, early bed times and vitamins!!

  104. I MAKE SURE MY KIDS WASH THEIR HANDS !!!

  105. I make sure my daughter and I wash our hands just as much as in the winter.

  106. Lots of hand washing and cleaning to sanitize from germs to keep sickness away.

  107. I use my Immunator Skin Stick on both myself and my kids. It has Thieves essential oil blend in it and seems to work!

  108. Stephanie Larison says:

    I make sure everyone eats healthy and washes their hands often.

  109. Cynthia R says:

    We eat a lot of veggies, get our daily vitamins, and plenty of sleep.

  110. Kathy Pease says:

    We stay stocked up on hand sanitizer chicken soup and gingerale,

  111. We exercise and eat lots of vegetables!

  112. Vitamins and a healthy diet

  113. I drink peppermint tea and add a little mint from my backyard.

  114. We wash hands a lot to stay healthy

  115. Dee Hadley says:

    Washing our hands often and drinking plenty of water.

  116. Wendy McBride says:

    I use those disinfecting wipes when I shop for groceries and hand sanitizer and wash hands upon returning home and putting things away. We wash hands frequently, use Clorox Clean-Up on surfaces, and Lysol, hand sanitizer. Also, if extended family or friends mention they are sick we try and stay away from them to prevent spreading it to our family. If I feel a sore throat coming on,….I immediately gargle with vinegar…it works!

  117. Erin Daly says:

    There are so many out of town germs around in the summer at our local library, grocery store, etc. (the population of our town doubles in the summer due to tourists) that we wash hands and sanitize like crazy whenever we are out and about.

  118. We try to be good with hand washing and sanitizing

  119. We travel with Lysol wipes. We wipe down our entire hotel room. You can never be too clean

  120. Eileen Boyce says:

    Wash hands and seep everyone clean.

  121. Kasey Kollman says:

    wash hands and plenty of rest

  122. I let them get exposed to dirt to keep their hands immunity functioning! It’s the best illness prevention!

  123. Kayla Klontz says:

    I keep hydrated, my hands and face clean and I take vitamins.

  124. rosemary says:

    wash your hands

  125. Tasha Wilkerson says:

    We wash our hands often and take daily vitamins!

  126. Sarah Mayer says:

    I make sure to wash hands and use sanitizer.

  127. Noelle Carroll says:

    We wash our hands often, especially before meals

  128. Sarah Hall says:

    At the first sign of someone getting sick, we get out the aspirin or other cold meds, if that is the problem. I try to sanitize all the surfaces, doorknobs, phones, etc. so it won’t spread.

  129. Rachel Freer says:

    We do extra hand washing and vitamins.

  130. Dana Matthews says:

    I try to be mindful of the kids running in and out of the house. Mine will get sick quicker doing this than anything else. They go out and play hard and come in under the air. Starts a cold very often.

  131. Kelsey vinson says:

    Stay hydrated, well rounded diet to keep them healthy and energized

  132. Michelle H. says:

    I encourage hand washing and have the family drink lots of water. I also have a diet high in antioxidants.

  133. Trisha McKee says:

    I teach my kids to wash their hands and if we feel anything coming on, we get some Vitamin C.

  134. erica hall says:

    We put menthol rub on my sons feet and socks on top to quiet his coughing.

  135. Leslie Davis says:

    Wash hands regularly

  136. Trisha Musgrave says:

    We try to wash our hands frequently!

  137. Leah Shumack says:

    We make sure everyone is washing their hands and drinking lots of water!

  138. We was our hands often and disinfect commonly used objects.

  139. I always ensure that my family eats healthy home-cooked meals. And exercise together.

  140. Amy Deeter says:

    We wash our hands, disinfect the house, keep medicine at home at all times, and drink water

  141. Amanda Lindsay Shearouse says:

    Daily vitamins 🙂

  142. Buddy Garrett says:

    I serve them healthy meals, snacks and drinks. We practice good personal hygiene. They stay up to date on their vacinations amd they stay home when they are sick.

  143. I try to prevent sickness by reminding my children to wash their hands often.

  144. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I try to keep clean and also wash hands as much as possible to do prevention in the first place.

  145. Cathleen N says:

    Handwashing is the best prevention!

  146. Rajee Pandi says:

    handwashing, vitamins and avoid crowds

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