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Follow these tips to help you get well and avoid contributing to antibiotic resistance.
The flu can make you really sick very quickly. But getting an annual flu shot will cut your chances of coming down with the illness by at least half.
Sepsis can be deadly. While some patients develop the condition while in the hospital, 80 percent of cases are acquired outside of the hospital. Here’s how to stay safe.
If cold like symptoms accompany your sore throat, a virus is the likely culprit and an antibiotic won’t help. Here’s what to do instead.
A sinus infection can trigger nasal congestion and discharge, as well as a host of other symptoms and can last as long as a month, though most cases resolve within a week. Here’s how to find relief.
We tend to think of a hospital as a place to go to get better. But many patients who develop sepsis do so after being admitted to a hospital.
There are Dos and Dont’s when it comes to treating the common cold. Do you know how to most effectively get through the sneezing?