Posts Tagged ‘flu prevention’

Flu Prevention Strategies

If we don’t take the right precautions, odds are that up to one in five of us will catch the flu in any given flu season. For most of us, having the flu means suffering at home for a week or two, then pulling ourselves out of bed to get on with our lives as […]

Senior Flu Prevention and Taking Care of the Elderly

Getting the flu can be a nasty experience, no matter what your age or general health, and each year flu shots are a major public health initiative. But, because of the risks to the elderly, senior flu prevention is especially important. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), each year more than 200,000 people […]

Headaches and the Head Cold

Along with other common cold or flu symptoms — runny and stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, chills, and fever — you may have a headache. In a clinical trial that evaluated people with upper airway cold symptoms, more than 60 percent experienced headache as part of their head cold. One of the reasons you may […]