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By: Lauren McRae
With cold and flu season ramping up, the risk of pneumonia increases dramatically. Children under the age of two, as well as adults over 65, have the highest risk to catch pneumonia. The Internal Medicine Experts at NorthShore discuss which types of pneumonia you should know and prevention.
NorthShore doctors share prevention tips:
It is recommended to see a doctor when a fever is 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, experiencing distressed breathing or are having chest pains.