Your kids spikes a fever on Friday night. Not ideal, but OK, you can handle it. You play a soft defense at first, just letting them rest and giving them liquids. But then you start inching closer to that 24-hour mark. You know the one - the 24 hours being fever-free before you can send them to school or daycare. By Saturday afternoon, you're starting to panic. Here come the meds, the calls to the nurse's hotline, maybe even a trip to the urgent care. Because this fever needs to be gone by 8 a.m. on Sunday so your kids can GTFO on Monday. As soon as that temperature goes back to normal, WITHIN THE 24-HOUR WINDOW, you'll feel like you slayed a dragon.