flu season

As flu season arrives, many people are understandably worried about getting ill. Recent statistics show the increased strain on the NHS with 3,746 patients a day with flu. But what is the difference between the various strains of flu, how can we prevent it and how should we respond if we fall ill with it? Flu is seasonal and each year a new strain will begin to spread. Flu is a highly infectious disease and symptoms usually appear very quickly. While colds can make you feel miserable, they are considerably less serious. They usually start gradually with a runny nose

The flu season ultimate guide as seen on The Hippocratic Post.