nav
contact

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Wearing a cloth face covering may prevent you from spreading respiratory droplets. If everyone wears a cloth face covering when out in public, the risk of exposure to COVID-19 can be reduced in our community. More About Face Coverings

Our Care Options | More COVID-19 Updates 

  • KidsHealth
  • New Patient Appointments

    Locally

    336-716-WAKE

    Toll-free

    888-716-WAKE

  • Returning Patient Appointments

    Contact Clinic Directly


  • Request an Appointment Online

Word! Fever

Word! Fever

Lea este articulo en Español

What's in this Article?

Fever

Say: fee-ver

You've probably noticed that sometimes when you're sick, you feel really hot one minute and then freezing cold the next. And to make things weirder, grown-ups keep touching your face and forehead all the time. When this happens, chances are you have a fever. A fever is when your body gets a little hotter than normal on the inside. This can mean that your body has just been invaded by germs! When germs get inside your body, your body tries to get rid of them by turning up the heat. So a fever means your body is trying to get better again!