The flu is one of the most common infectious diseases that can strike any time of year.
The virus can cause flu-like symptoms including cough, fever, sore throat, runny nose and cough.
It’s also highly contagious, meaning it can be transmitted to other people who have contact with infected people.
It can be passed between family members, and the illness can be fatal.
You can prevent it by avoiding areas where the flu is prevalent, and avoiding places with lots of people who share the same housing or work in close proximity.
If you’re not sure how to handle flu symptoms, ask your doctor to recommend things you should avoid or what to do about flu-related illnesses.
You might also want to see a doctor about common cold symptoms that can be treated.
Common cold symptoms include cough, runniness, shortness of breath and runny noses.
If your symptoms are getting worse or if you’re feeling unwell, seek medical attention.
Common flu-specific symptoms include fever, cough, sore neck, muscle aches and muscle ache-like pain.
Other common symptoms include: Headaches