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Dependable Home Cleaning Agents Can Keep Your Family Safe During Season’s Dog Days Harder to eliminate than a No. 1 seed in the NCAA basketball tournament, harder to kill than a villain in a horror movie franchise, and infamous for hanging around the house longer than even the most annoying fly, the flu virus can […]

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How to Know Whether You Have a Cold or the Flu

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The vicious winter lion known as the 2017-18 cold and flu season is claiming victims by the day as Americans struggle to stay on their feet, at work and breathing easy. What NBC News is calling “the worst flu season in a decade” has already resulted in thousands of hospitalizations, hundreds of deaths, and widespread […]

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With flu cases surging nationwide, CDC issues Influenza Red Alert

The intense, remorseless, relentless and certified severe 2017-18 cold and flu season hasn’t even reached halftime, but health officials are already issuing a coast-to-coast Influenza Red Alert. With flu outbreaks already reported in 46 of 50 states, the U.S. Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention are advising Americans to be extremely cautious to protect themselves […]

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2017-18 Flu Season Forecast: Influenza Strikes Back

Experts: Flu Could Roar With Sickly Wrath This Season The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases has issued a jarring warning for Americans coast to coast: Expect influenza to roar with a sickly might this cold and flu season. Unfortunately, influenza’s miserable resurgence is due in part to factors beyond everyone’s control. Severe weather, including the […]

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60% Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer Found to Be Most Effective

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When it comes to determining the most effective alcohol-based hand sanitizer, 60 is the magic number. The U.S. Centers for Disease Controls and Preventions officially recommends hand sanitizer comprised of at least 60 percent alcohol as an effective tool for neutralizing germs when soap and water are not available. Numerous studies have verified the CDC’s […]

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