10 Tips to Get You Through Cold and Flu Season

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It’s that time of year when everyone starts to get sick and pass around their cold and flu germs. Having a chronic illness means that your immune system is already compromised, which makes picking up other people’s winter illnesses harder to avoid. However, you don’t have to lock yourself away until spring, just heed some basic advice on how to keep those nasty germs at bay.

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1. Get a Flu Shot

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This is the most important and one of the easiest things you can do to avoid getting the flu.

Source: WebMD

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3 comments

  1. Gene says:

    Having just caught a cold these 10 suggestions hit home with me. It might be too late this time but I will start practicing better hygiene. Never thought about a pen!!

  2. The gym is a dangerous place for catching germs. I always use sanitizer prior to opening my water bottle, and as soon as I walk out of the door. I also try not to touch my face nose or canula while there.

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