Food poisoning and the stomach flu share multiple symptoms, although the ailments have different causes and durations. Here’s how to tell the difference between the two.
With the COVID-19 pandemic again overlapping with flu season, our experts explain why it’s essential to get the flu vaccine.
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It’s coming: pumpkin spice everything … and flu season. Did you know that you can spread the flu to others a day before you even feel sick, and for several days after? Here’s what else you should know about flu contagion.
Did you know there are three main types of flu, but multitudes of strains? Our infectious disease expert discusses “the” flu, why it’s so prevalent and how you can protect yourself from it.
What will this year’s flu season be like? An infectious disease specialist shares what we know so far and steps you can take to protect yourself and others.
Influenza is a severe, contagious illness that should to be taken seriously. An infectious disease specialist explains why.
The flu shot can’t give you influenza. It can, however, protect you from the virus. Get the facts and then get vaccinated.
Tamiflu can be an effective way to treat the flu, but what else should you know about the medication? Our expert weighs in.