MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE I'm a Believer -- So Are You
We disagree with one another a lot these days, but I think I've found three sentences we can all say, "Yes, that's true," to:
1) We are all born.
2) We all die.
3) In between, we operate each of ... Posted on 12/19/12 at 3:11 PM
Cold? Flu? Allergies?
Sometimes when sneezing, sniffling and coughing are the symptoms, it’s difficult to determine what’s causing them.
One way to distinguish between colds and the flu is to gauge the severity of your symptoms, says Dr. Colleen Swank, an Altru Health System pediatrician and director of primary care.
It’s hard for pregnant women to escape the message: You’re at extra risk from swine flu — it could trigger premature labor, hospitalize you for weeks, even kill you — so be among the first in line for vaccine next month. But only about one in seven pregnant women gets a flu shot each winter.
The government says that among the first in line for H1N1 shots should be children and young adults ages 6 months to 24 years, and pregnant women. Yet 82 percent of seniors said they’re likely to seek a swine flu shot, the new poll found.
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