Influenza is a severe, contagious illness that needs to be taken seriously. A doctor explains why.
Have you been under the impression that elderberry is a surefire way to knock out colds and the flu? Learn what the latest research has to say about elderberry extract products.
If you’ve ever heard the old adage “Feed a cold, starve a fever,” you may be inclined to forego food when you have the flu. But forget what you’ve heard. Healthy food is exactly what your body needs to stay strong enough to fight off the bug that’s got you down.
If you’re not feeling good, is it safe to get a flu shot? An expert shares tips on when you should reschedule your appointment, and if there are risks you should know.
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Eating the right foods helps your immune system fight off illness. Learn which foods to eat and avoid so you can stay healthy — or bounce back when you get sick.
Both viruses can both make you feel lousy, with symptoms like body aches, cough and fever. But COVID-19 is associated with other symptoms, too, like diarrhea, vomiting and a loss of taste and smell. Here’s a look at other key similarities and differences.
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
With the COVID-19 pandemic again overlapping with flu season, our experts explain why it’s essential to get vaccinated.
An expert weighs in on why it’s still possible to pick up a cold or the flu despite social distancing.
The flu isn’t just in schools — it’s also spread in other places in our communities. A pediatric infectious disease specialist explains why kids should still get flu shots this year.