Arkansas Children's Hospital says parents with questions about swine flu and their youngsters can call a hotline to get answers.

Arkansas Children's Hospital says parents with questions about swine flu and their youngsters can call a hotline to get answers.
The Little Rock medical-care facility said the hotline could help stem the worries that might arise when a child comes down with flu-like symptoms as the strain known as H1N1, or swine flu, becomes more active in Arkansas.
According to the hospital, the toll-free number for the hotline is 1-888-543-6333.
ACH said the hotline, using message prompts, is intended to answer such questions as how a parent can know if a child could have the H1N1 virus, or when a sick child should be seen by a doctor or taken to an emergency room. The hospital said the hotline also addresses questions about how to reduce a child's chances of coming down with the flu.