Influenza A; Influenza B
You can take steps to avoid catching or spreading the flu.
Stay in your apartment, dorm room, or home for at least 24 hours after any fever is gone. Wear a mask if you leave your room.
Avoid sharing food, utensils, cups, or bottles. Cover your cough with a tissue and throw away after use. Carry hand sanitizer with you. Use it often during the day and always after touching your face.
Cough into your sleeve if a tissue is...Read more
Every year as flu season nears, fibromyalgia and ME/CFS patients wrestle with the question of whether or not to get a flu shot. ... Read more »
Have you had your flu shot yet? If not, you should get one as soon as possible. Flu season is almost upon us, if it hasn't already arrived... Read more »
National Flu Vaccine Week 2008 runs from Dec. 8 through Dec. 15, so this is the perfect time to get your annual flu shot, if you haven't... Read more »
For many years, asthma patients have been recommended to get annual flu shots in order to prevent the flu. As this year's fall season gets... Read more »
Have a question or comment? Click here.Are there things you want to know about the flu and the flu vaccine? If so, you're going to love this article.... Read more »
What is swine flu?As its name suggest, swine flu is a type of flu virus that usually only affects pigs. Four different swine flu strains commonly... Read more »