Cold and flu is fast upon us. You’ve probably heard plenty of coughs, sniffles, sneezing, and throat clearing going on already. And if you haven’t succumbed yet, you’re wondering when it’s your turn to catch it. Up to 20% of the U.S population cathces the flu every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Colds and flus spread quickly, and if you’re not careful, you stand a good chance of catching one, But you don’t have to. By adopting the following preventive habits, you’ll be more ready to get through this season in fine health.
H1N1, often referred to as the swine flu, is a new strain of influenza that made its debut early in mid-April 2009. With the upcoming seasonal changes, H1N1 is expected to make another appearance as it spreads from person to person worldwide. Are you prepared for this pandemic?