Your guide to flu prevention and treatment
Influenza is a highly contagious and potentially serious infection of your upper respiratory system.
A different strain of seasonal flu breaks out every year, roughly from fall through spring.
Almost everyone should be vaccinated for the flu, especially those in high-risk groups.
The flu may result in serious complications for some people.
Flu vaccination is the most important way to prevent flu, but there are additional steps you can take.
The best treatment is often staying home and getting rest. Your doctor may also prescribe anti-viral medications.
The flu is not severe for most healthy adults. However, seasonal flu can cause serious complications and death.
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