How to beat the flu in November: Dr. Drew
Posted November 11, 2018 12:27:00 The flu season is coming to a close, and we’re all ready to get back to work, right?
The flu is here, and now we need to be on the lookout for the next round of symptoms.
A recent survey of 1,000 people in the U.S. showed that only 10 percent of Americans know that their symptoms are coming back.
A similar survey conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) last year found that only 11 percent of the public had a flu vaccine, and a whopping 73 percent of them had not been vaccinated.
We’ve heard a lot about the need for vaccine coverage and uptake, but it seems like a lot of us haven’t actually heard about the flu vaccine.
This month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new flu vaccine for the U,S.
That’s right: this is the third-ever flu vaccine that is not yet available in the United States.
That said, the vaccine has been a success in other parts of the world, including in Canada, where the CDC reported that the vaccine was the best-performing flu vaccine in the world in the 2016-2017 season.
But there are some key reasons to consider the flu vaccines in the coming months.
The first is that you need to get your body’s flu vaccine right.
The vaccine is a highly effective treatment for the flu, and it protects against the flu virus itself.
In fact, this is one of the best ways to protect against the spread of the flu.
So if you’re going to be outside, the best thing to do is wear a mask and get your flu shot before you get into a car, or at least get vaccinated before you start driving.
This is because the flu can cause serious illness and death, especially if you get in a car accident.
And it’s also important to be aware of the fact that the flu shot is also highly effective in protecting against other flu viruses, such as pneumonia and meningitis.
The second reason to be vaccinated is to reduce your risk of getting a flu.
This means getting your flu shots every four weeks and getting vaccinated for two weeks before you hit the flu season.
And if you have any history of getting sick or having symptoms, you should also get vaccinated.
Finally, if you are on a fixed income, you can get your vaccine from the Federal Government.
For example, you may have heard that if you’ve been receiving Social Security benefits, you could be eligible for the Federal Disability Insurance (FDI) program.
FDI is a federal program that helps pay for the cost of providing disability benefits to low-income people.
So the Federal government has provided some financial assistance to help low-wage workers in the past, and this program is one way they can help low wage workers get access to this assistance.
The third reason to get vaccinated is that getting the flu is a good way to reduce the risk of catching another flu.
When you get a flu shot, your body makes antibodies to the flu viruses.
These antibodies are made in your body, and they help fight the virus, and you get the antibodies the same day your flu vaccine is injected.
So, if the flu goes away, you will be less likely to catch another flu virus.
Another way to think about it is that by getting vaccinated, you are actually preventing another flu outbreak.
That means you are saving lives, which saves money in the long run.
There are other things you can do to lower your risk for catching the flu if you think you are getting sick and you are being exposed to other flu virus-bearing people.
If you have other symptoms, such an infection or a fever, you need a test to see if you may be infected.
If so, your doctor will recommend that you get tested and then get vaccinated, even if it means taking two doses of the vaccine.
If your flu dose is too low, the doctor may suggest that you take more.
The other thing you can try is to stop taking your flu medications.
In the meantime, you might want to get more exercise and get more rest, and if you take medications that might increase your risk, you’ll also need to stop those medications.
So you might think that getting vaccinated will make your symptoms go away, but you might actually be more likely to get sick and get the flu again.
That being said, some people may still feel better after getting the vaccine and going to work.
This can be especially true if you stay home from work, which is when you get sick the most often.
But the good news is that the number of people who stay home or stay home and get sick are very low.
So by getting the Flu Shot, you’re protecting yourself against getting sick, and that can make a big difference.
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