Even the young and healthy need flu shots to avoid stay home sick from work or school for weeks.
Providence, RI (PRWEB) January 12, 2013
Obituary.us.org warns that with hundreds of flu cases hitting emergency rooms around the U.S. per day, everyone should get their flu shot. Even the young and fit should see to it to prevent the flu with a vaccination.
The flu is much more than a simple cold. It can lead to visits to the hospital and even death. Symptoms can include runny nose, cough, and sore throat accompanied by fever, body aches, headaches, chills, fatigue, vomiting, or diarrhea.
Even the young and healthy need flu shots to avoid stay home sick from work or school for weeks. A flu shot can help protect people and others by not spreading the virus.
Though the flu shot is the top way to become protected from the flu, there are a few other alternatives to help out. Wash hands often, wipe down popularly touched surfaces in homes (doors, cabinets, telephone, TV controller), and take good care of the body through rest and healthy eating.
Obituary.us.org advises all to take care this flu season and visit their local pharmacy or doctor to get a flu shot. Anyone over the age of six months should have the immunization to prevent any flu-related illnesses or deaths.
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