Feed a Cold, Treat a Fever?? {Infants’ Advil + Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style Soup}

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It’s mid-February, which means you’re likely also in the midst of another dismal cold season!  I know my family has seen its’ fair share of sniffles, coughs, and colds this winter — with seemingly NO end in sight!  Luckily, I’ve had a few tricks up my sleeve to ease the symptoms, even amongst the smallest of us.

First, a warm, hearty soup is always a welcome meal when suffering from a cold.  I recently received a bowl of Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style, Southwest Style Chicken Chili to try out.  It was delicious!  (I will caution, however, that ONE bowl is actually TWO servings.  Luckily for me, my son tends to share my meals with me these days…  lol) What a perfect way to fill me up, AND keep me warm!

Also, for those aches and pains, there’s Advil.  My 13-month old son has been teething off and on for months, so we provide him with Infants’ Advil, switching off with Acetaminophen, to alleviate those painful growing pains.  Along with teething, he’s been hit a time or two this winter with various stomach bugs and colds — all leaving him feeling tired and achy in it’s aftermath.  A few doses of Infants’ Advil helped.  Knock on wood, he’s not yet run a fever…

Just this past weekend, our house was hit with a mild, but still rather nasty, stomach bug.  As I type this, I’m still fatigued and achy all over — luckily, I have adult-strength Advil for me, as well.

Finally, amidst this nasty cold weather, a little TLC seems to go a LONG way.  This cold and flu season, stocking up on extra snuggles, cuddles, as well as special lovies -along with warm, filling soups and effective pain relievers- may be the keys to lessening those symptoms.

I have a handful of Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style coupons to give away – each worth $2 off.  If you’re interested, fill out the form below.  And further below that are links to some great coupons for alleviating your cold symptoms this winter:

First, fill out the form, to enter to win (3) $2.00 off coupons for Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style soup!




$1.00 off All You Health & Wellness Issue

$0.50 off any (5) Campbell's SpaghettiO's pastas

$0.40 off Campbell's Condensed soups

$2.00 off ANY NEO-SYNEPHRINE product

$1.00 off one Advil or Advil Migraine product

$2.00 off any ONE (1) Children's Mucinex Product

$1.75 off any (2) Nature Made product

$1.00 off any one PediaCare product

$2.00 off any Breathe Right product

$2.00 off any Slo-Niacin

$1.00 off any Afrin Nasal Spray

$1.00 off one Advil Congestion Relief

$1.00 off any one (1) Advil Migraine product

$1.00 off Any Robitussin Product

$1.00 off TWO Dial Complete foaming hand soaps

$1.00 off 1 package of POISE Hourglass* Shape Pads

50¢ off when you buy any ONE (1) Trop50® 89 oz. Bottle

$1.50 off when you buy any ONE NatureSmart Ester-C® Item

$1.75 off when you buy any ONE (1) Afrin® Nasal Spray

Save $5.00  On any one (1) ZOSTRIX HOT & COLD THERAPY SYSTEM. Redeemable only at Walgreens or CVS Pharmacy

Save $2.00  on any one (1) Probaclac® Healthy Flora™ Adult Probiotic or Extra-Strength Probiotic. Available exclusively at Walmart.

Save $1.00  on any TWO (2) single bags of HALLS drops (17 ct. or larger)

SAVE $3.00 on ANY Ester-C® Tablet

SAVE $5.00 on ZOSTRIX® Hot & Cold Therapy System. Only available at Walgreens and CVS/Pharmacy®

SAVE $6.00 On any ONE (1) Nasal Ease® Allergy Reliever.  Redeemable at Walgreens.


Keep on saving!  :o)

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