If you have any form of diabetes, even if it’s well-controlled, it is strongly recommend you get the flu vaccine. Here’s why.
Though both COVID-19 and the flu can both make you feel lousy, they’re different illnesses caused by different viruses. Here’s a look at some of their key similarities and differences.
Cold and flu season is just around the corner. To stay healthy, learn how you can stop the spread of common viruses. Also, find out just how long you can be contagious with each one,
What will this flu season be like with COVID-19 also in mix? An infectious disease specialist shares what we know so far and steps you can take to protect yourself and others
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Influenza is a severe, contagious illness that needs to be taken seriously. A doctor explains why.
Although Tamiflu can reduce the flu by roughly 1 to 2 days, the flu vaccine is still the best option for fighting flu. A doctor answers your questions about Tamiflu.
Should you really feed a cold and starve a fever? Our wellness expert explains what to eat when you’re feeling under the weather.
Not sure whether you’ve got a really bad cold or the flu? Discover when to call the doctor, when to head to the ER, and when to seek care online.
A fever of 101 degrees or higher is commonly associated with the flu. It’s uncomfortable, but it’s actually part of the body’s immune response. Fluids and anti-inflammatory medicines can help you stay comfortable.
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