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In the space of a month, hundreds of children across America have been admitted to the hospital with breathing problems that the Centers for Disease control suspect to be Enterovirus D68, a rare virus that causes cold and asthma-like symptoms that can quickly turn severe. Children's Hospital Colorado in Denver has seen more than 900 children with respiratory problems between Aug. 8 and Sept. 4, ABC News reports—85 were admitted, some to intensive care.