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Whenever I have a high fever, my forehead is warm and feels like it's burning up when I touch it. Why does your forehead get hot during a fever?
I haven't had a flu shot for a few years now. I haven't had the flu, but am wondering if I really need to get one?
Flu season is very much upon us and health experts are urging everyone to take precautions—especially since the flu virus kills more than 36,000 Americans every year.
The holidays may be over but January and February bring their own special gifts. This is when the peak of cold and flu season hits, according to the Centers for Disease Control and ...
Although September typically marks the beginning of the annual flu season, January and February are often the most severe months.
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Most of us have experienced the flu at some time or another. We recognize it from the feelings of stuffy noses, weak and sore muscles, fevers, headaches and sometimes vomiting .
Every year in the fall when the kids make their way back to school it seems cold and flu season comes on with a vengeance.
Have you had your flu shot yet? I know, you’re probably thinking it’s too early. But it’s actually just the right time to get the shot, if you choose to do it. The U.S.
The flu is an infection. It affects the respiratory system. The flu is caused by a virus.
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