The difference between colds, flu's and allergies

The difference between colds, flu's and allergies

Sometimes the symptoms a person experiences can make it difficult to tell if the cause is allergies acting up or an actual pathogen. Distinguishing between whether you have a cold, flu, or an allergy can be difficult as all three can present similarly, with upper respiratory symptoms and are treated differently. 

This table provides few ways to differentiate between colds, flu's and allergies.

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Tips for preventing the spread of colds and flus

Tips for preventing the spread of colds and flus

There are hundreds of different viruses that can cause the common cold but the most common are from the rhinovirus family. The virus spreads through tiny droplets during coughing, sneezing, and nose-blowing. 

This list provides more ways to protect yourself and prevent the spreading the virus to your friends and family:

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Allergy-Free Naturally

Allergy-Free Naturally

As the weather begins to cool for fall, we can anticipate the beginning of cold and flu season. But before cold and flu season hits, there's allergy season! Having a few tools available for effective allergy management can definitely give you and your loved ones the time and energy to enjoy the beauty of autumn.

When it comes to allergy management, I like to make the distinction between things to avoid on one hand and things to do or add in on the other. Here are my top 10 tips on what to do to minimize the impact allergies can have on the days, and nights of both you and your family

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