Kids are like little illness factories. We love them, but because their bodies haven’t established large numbers of antibodies yet, they tend to get sick.

And because of daycare and or school, when one kid gets sick, they all get sick. Not only that, children often get things that adults don’t get—or at least illnesses that adults rarely get.

Take herpangina, for example. There’s a good chance that you’ve never even heard of herpangina, but it is common among kids. And if by some chance you haven’t developed the antibodies to fight it off, it can affect you too. We’ll take a look at herpangina causes, herpangina symptoms, and herpangina treatments.

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