Protect Yourself From the Flu With These New Treatments
The drug is a single-dose oral medication and works by preventing the flu virus from spreading all over your body. Its creator, Genentech, claims that it fights a whole range of flu viruses, including those resistant to other flu treatments and to bird flu strains.
Avoid These Habits if You Don't Want the Flu
Now that flu season is here, it's important to do all that you can to make sure that you're not one of its unlucky victims.
Got the Flu? Apply Pressure to These 8 Points
Acupressure points are a great alternative treatment for various ailments and symptoms, with cold and flu symptoms being no exception. We usually catch the flu when our immune system is compromised and cannot protect us from it efficiently.
Keep the Flu Out of Your Home with these 8 Tips
When somebody in the family comes down with the flu, all it takes is a couple of hours for the virus to spread. But this helpful guide will help stop germs in their tracks, keeping everyone at home healthy and flu-free.
Is There a Link Between Egg Allergy and the Flu Shot?
The flu season is fast approaching, which means it’s almost time for the annual flu shot.
16 Foods to Get Rid of Hangovers and Flu
No one likes being sick with the flu. Fever, aches, nausea and congestion all make for a very unpleasant experience. So here are 16 foods that will help you battle and prevent the flu (and some can help you with a hangover too). 1. Ginger tea will help ease Nausea. 2.
WATCH: When the Flu Bites, This Honey Mixture Is Perfect
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Warning! Get Your Flu Shot Now Before It's Too Late...
Once September comes around, doctors start talking about the flu shot, since flu season will only be around the corner. While it might seem like a bit too early to get yourself vaccinated, it's actually the perfect time.
This Experimental Drug Could Stop the Flu in Just 24 Hours
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this year’s flu season is said to have been the most widespread on record, causing more than 17,000 hospitalizations since October 2017.
How COVID-19 Is Going to Affect This Year’s Flu Season
So what will the flu season combined with the risk of Covid-19 look like, how will it be different than past years' flu seasons and what can we do to prepare? These are the predictions and tips from health experts. 1.
Fight off Seasonal Flu with These 30 Natural Herbs
The winter season certainly brings lots of magic with it, but there are one or two drawbacks, namely colds, sore, congested throats, and the flu. But, as you know, nature takes with one hand and gives with the other.
Man Flu: Do Men Have a Weaker Immune System than Women?
Summer is slowly but surely drawing to a close, and the flu season is just around the corner. Influenza is a bother for all of us, but for one particular group of people, around half of the world’s population, it’s particularly harsh: men. Or at least that’s the way it seems.
Flu Season Is Here: 8 Vital Points You Should Remember
Flu cases are rising and there are bound to be some misconceptions and confusion regarding it. Here are some of the important things you should keep in mind during this flu season . What should you know about the latest flu season?
Why Do We Need a Flu Shot Every Year? Find Out Here!
Throughout the year, researchers at hospitals all over the world collect samples from flu patients and send them to top virology experts with one goal in mind: to design a vaccine for the next flu season. But why do we need a new flu jab every year?
Flu Shots and Alzheimer’s: Is There a Connection?
To double-check that flu shots are safe to the public, a multitude of new studies have been conducted, and all of them found that flu shots do NOT cause Alzheimer’s disease, but they did find another very curious correlation.
Is it Corona or is it the Flu? How to Tell the Difference
There are a few symptoms that are typical to the flu but rarely occur in cases of Covid-19, like muscle pain and headache. The incubation period for the flu is shorter, thus symptoms appear sooner.
The Pandemic That Came Before: Photos From the Spanish Flu
The Influenza virus, more widely known as the flu, has been around for centuries, and every year, this virus mutates to infect those who have already developed immunity to the previous year's flu either through vaccination or through recovery.
5 of the Biggest Misconceptions About the Seasonal Flu
Winter season has arrived, and with Christmas less than a few days away, many people are falsely assuming that they've got the flu. Although you might think you've got the flu from a few sneezing episodes, the odds are that you're probably OK.
Relieve Your Cold and Flu Symptoms with these Natural Oils
As the temperature changes from the warmer summer days, to the cooler fall air, this season often brings with it the inevitable cold and flu.
The New Bird Flu - What You Need To Know!
We all remember the bird flu scare that we got a few years ago, it killed some people, put others through hell, and caused half of China to wear masks.
Can You Get Covid-19 and the Flu at the Same Time?
If 2020 was a normal year, the annual flu season would be our biggest concern for the winter, at least as far as infectious diseases go.
The Major Differences Between Swine Flu and COVID-19
One disease frequently compared to COVID-19 is H1N1, better known as swine flu, which was also known for its vicious and virulent nature. This video explains the differences between the two illnesses.
Crucial Factors You Need to Know About Getting the Flu Shot
Flu season is around the corner, and according to the Centers for Disease Control, the best way to ward off the virus is to get the flu shot. The information below will guide you through factors about the flu shot you may not know.
Stop Believing Flu Myths, They Do More Harm Than Good
A famous example is the vitamin C craze during the flu season, with people taking high doses of the vitamin to either prevent or treat their cold and flu despite there being plenty of scientific evidence that vitamin C isn’t effective at improving or preventing colds and the flu.