Just when the pandemic seemed to be slowing down, this fall and winter brought an onslaught of RSV, flu, and COVID-19—now dubbed the “tripledemic.” Caring for sick children at home isn’t easy and can often be a juggling act between caregivers and their jobs.

Caring for sick children also affects parents’ mental health. A study by the Nanit Lab revealed that parents who had a sick infant in the past month were 60% more likely to report clinically depressive symptoms than those who did not have a sick child in the past month.

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