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Flu Season Is Here: Some Tips For Managing Fever And Pain
Along with the monsoon season comes the flu, and this time, the flu season is a bit different in comparison to any other. Experts warn that due to the continued prevalence of the Covid-19 disease, there is a heightened need to ...
Tips For Managing Fever And Pain

12 Common Health Mistakes To Avoid During Winters
Winter is coming and with that, it is essential to avoid the common nutrition mistakes we all make during the season. This is because many illnesses types such as cold, cough, flu and allergies peak during the time along with some ...
15 Best Foods To Eat When You Have Stomach Flu
Stomach flu, also known as gastroenteritis, is the infection of the stomach and intestines caused by viruses. People often confuse stomach flu with food poisoning. Though the symptoms (diarrhoea, vomiting, fever and stomach pain) of both the conditions are almost the ...
Foods To Eat When You Have Stomach Flu
Daily Habits That May Increase The Risk Of Common Cold
The common cold is not a serious condition, but it can interfere day-to-day activities of a person due to its symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, throat pain, headache and many others. Many virus types are responsible for causing the common ...
Signs That Say It’s More Than Just A Common Cold
The common cold is just a common condition; It is mainly a viral infection caused by around 200 different types of viruses. The common cold is harmless and usually affects people during the cold seasons. The symptoms of common cold mainly ...
Signs And Symptoms Of Common Cold
15 Foods That May Help Prevent The Common Cold
Common cold normally occurs due to seasonal change, allergy, intake of cold food items and infections. It is one of the most prevalent ailments among people across the globe, regardless of their gender and age. Cold normally clears up ...
Coronavirus Vs Flu: Know The Similarities And Differences
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was first identified in Wuhan, China on December 31 last year. This is a novel strain of coronavirus that causes severe respiratory illness, which was subsequently named SARS-CoV-2. As of March 25, 2020, nearly 422,989 cases have ...
 
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