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Nov 08, 2008 - 2 comments
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When we talk about getting "flu like" symptoms with a newly acquired herpes infection, many folks have no idea what are symptoms of the common cold and what are symptoms of the flu or as it is properly called influenza ( many things we refer to as having the flu any more and really by flu like symptoms we mean those more commonly associated with influenza ).  http://www3.niaid.nih.gov/topics/Flu/PDF/sick.pdf  is an excellent easy to read table to help you know the difference. Also keep in mind we are heaing into cold and flu season so 9 times out of 10 - it really will be a cold or the flu and not the signs of a newly acquired herpes infection :)


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by Lisa_P, Nov 14, 2008
Fall season means its flu season once again. You should already know that washing your hands is the easiest, most inexpensive way to prevent any illnesses from spreading, including the flu virus. It is important that you’re aware of the severity of this virus. About 226,000 people are hospitalized every year, and almost 36,000 people die each year on behalf of the flu. Unfortunately, this virus not only takes a toll on your body, but on your budget as well. Health experts suggest getting an annual flu shot, which typically cost $25-$30. Okay, that sounds like a reasonable price. However, when you have a family of five, those $30 shots add up quickly! In addition to that, other treatments along with hospital visits can be expensive too. If you need help this pay period, a payday cash loan can help cover those medical bills, not to mention save you future financial hardships.

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by auntiejessi, Nov 16, 2008
Obviously, this isn't the place to push for payday loans, and if you need help getting a flu shot, call your local health dept - most offer very low cost or free flu shots.

Aj

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