If your child's body temperature is over 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, she has a fever. Learn what to do if your child has a fever, what over-the-counter medications to store in your medicine cabinet, and more.

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Benefits of Having a Fever
Fever is not a disease in itself -- it's an important part of the healing process.