When it comes to seasonal illnesses, there are none more dreaded than the flu. With aches and pains, a high fever, and an upset stomach, the flu can leave you feeling your worst. In fact, about 200,000 Americans are hospitalized because of flu complications each year. Because of this, it’s important to do everything you can to protect you and your family from one of the worst common illnesses. To help you keep your family health in top shape, consider following a few of these tips.More
Is it a Cold or Flu?
How to Tell the Difference
For as long as humans have been on Earth, viruses and infections have been present; organisms that sustain their life from our bodies. Medical knowledge has improved, helping to combat against the bodily invaders. Every year, many people around the world are affected by cold and flu symptoms. While a cold can often disappear as quickly as it started, flu can be much more severe if left untreated. Knowing whether you have the flu or a cold can help you to treat it quickly and effectively.More
The 5 Scariest Viruses
The occasional runny nose is a part of life, but the virus that causes the common cold is a triviality compared the monsters lurking at the edge of human civilization. Some viruses are like tiny assassins waiting for the opportunity to pounce and kill with excruciating pain.More