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Germ Hotspots – What to Do?

You may delay getting a flu vaccine if you’re busy or afraid of needles. However, each day you delay flu vaccination, you actually increase your risk of influenza infection. Continue reading

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No Escaping Flu Season

But while you can’t get away from the flu virus completely, you can protect your family from flu infection. Want to stay germ-free this year? Here are three practical tips. Continue reading

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Flu Vaccine vs. Antiviral Drugs

The CDC recommends that every person over the age of six months receive an annual flu vaccine. However, if you are afraid of needles, you might take your chances with catching the flu virus by avoiding the flu shot. Continue reading

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Flu Infection: Caring for the Sick – Ideas to Slow the Spread: (Part I)

While we all know it is best to protect ourselves and our loved ones by getting a yearly flu vaccine, sometimes the flu still sneaks into our lives. Continue reading

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Flu Infection: People in the House – Ideas to Slow the Spread: (Part II)

In our previous post, we offered ideas on how to care for a person with the flu. In this second post we have tips for how to protect other people in the home who have not yet contracted the flu. Continue reading

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