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  • Tricia's TreasuresHow I Fight the Cold and Flu Season

    How I Fight the Cold and Flu Season. Posted on December 4, 2015 by aryia74. I love the fall for many reasons. When living in Mass, I would admire the beautiful colors of the leaves as they changed from green to orange, yellow, red and brown.

  • Flu or Cold? Know the Differences - WebMD

    Just like cold viruses, flu viruses enter your body through the mucous membranes of the nose, eyes, or mouth. Every time you touch your hand to one of these areas, you could be infecting yourself with a virus, which makes it very important to keep hands germ-free with frequent washing to prevent both flu and cold symptoms. Is it flu or cold ...

  • 4 Ways to Fight a Flu Naturally - wikiHow

    How to Fight a Flu Naturally. Flu is a common illness, especially during the colder seasons when the infection tends to spread. It can cause symptoms like congested nose, cough, fever, headaches and sore muscles. Although there is no cure...

  • 10 Natural Ways to Prevent Colds and the Flu | The Humbled ...

    Healthy Living. 10 Natural Ways to Prevent Colds and the Flu. Updated: October 31, 2018 Erin 27 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Using links to these sites means I may earn a percentage of the purchase at no extra cost to you.

  • Flu Prevention: Surprising Ways to Prevent Flu and Colds ...,,20752945,00.html

    Considering that the 2017-2018 flu season was such a bad one, it's well worth arming yourself against aches, cough, fever, and general misery. For reality-tested tips that actually work, we turned to doctors, politicians, makeup artists and other brave souls who are exposed to viruses every day.

  • Best Nutrients for Cold and Flu Season

    To further boost your immune function in preparation for cold and flu season, you may want to consider a beta-glucan supplement. And, should a cold or flu strike, you may significantly cut its duration and severity using either high-dose vitamin C or D (or a combination of both, short-term) and/or zinc lozenges.

  • Influenza (Flu) | CDC

    Influenza Updates: U.S. flu activity is elevated and increasing. Now is the time to get a flu vaccine! CDC on Flu Vaccine: 169.1 million doses of flu vaccine have been distributed. CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get a flu vaccine each season. Find vaccine external icon! Flu vaccination has important benefits.

  • Fight the Flu: Get a Vax! | | Blogs | CDC

    As cold weather sets in, clothing layers increase, scarves are pulled tighter, and noses become redder. This time of year can also bring the dreaded running nose, scratchy throat, cough, body aches, and headache of the seasonal flu. As you fretfully try to protect yourself from the winter season

  • Don't Fall For These 10 Cold And Flu Myths | HuffPost Life

    “Cold weather makes you cold, and hot weather makes you hot, but neither one causes any flu or cold because they’re caused by viruses,” Steier explains. While you won't catch a cold from a wintry breeze, moist air can prove helpful if you're having trouble breathing, Fryhofer says.

  • Flu: Preventing Influenza – Images Gallery

    Here is image from Preventing Influenza, posted by Anni Adler, on December 14, 2017, image size: 700kB, width: 1079, height: 1392, Man Flu, Virus, Measles, Cough ...

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