Is it a Cold or the Flu?
Both colds and flus can result in a runny nose, stuffy head, sore throat and fatigue ... is that if you have a fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, you probably do not have a cold. The presence of a fever does not always mean that you have the ...
Cold Vs. Flu: Which Do You Have?
Early stages of the flu may bring on aches and pains (which ... and prolonged fatigue that can last for up to two to three weeks. Some people with the flu may experience cold-like symptoms including stuffy nose, sneezing, and sore throat, too.
What to do if your spouse has the Swine Flu
(1) Having contracted the swine flu, does NOT mean that you will die ... Swine Flu infection: A fever of 100.0 or higher and two or more of the following symptoms: Cough, sore throat, runny/stuffy nose, aches and pains, and/or fatigue.
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week, What Does It Mean To You?
This week you will see more orange out and about than usual as these ... to each person that suffers from it directly or indirectly in their lives. Since no two people have exactly the same experience of MS, the disease course may look very different ...
H1N1: What you should know and why panic doesn’t help
The common symptoms include fever and chills, sore throat, stuffy nose, cough, body aches, headaches and fatigue ... to said that if you have Flu symptoms that last longer than five days, a fever that will not break no matter what you do, breathing ...