Have you noticed you no longer smell certain foods very well? If you seem to have more trouble smelling foods like bananas, dill pickles or licorice, you should ask your doctor about Parkinson's.

What is normal?
Your sense of smell can be changed by a cold, flu or a stuffy nose, but it should come back when you are better.

Trouble Sleeping

Do you thrash around in bed or act out dreams when you are deeply asleep? Sometimes, your spouse will notice or will want to move to another bed. Sudden movements during sleep may be a sign of Parkinson's disease.

What is normal?
It is normal for everyone to have a night when they 'toss and turn' instead of sleeping. Similarly, quick jerks of the body when initiation sleep or when in lighter sleep are common and often normal.

Trouble Moving or Walking

Do you feel stiff in your body, arms or legs? Have others noticed that your arms don’t swing like they used to when you walk? Sometimes stiffness goes away as you move. If it does not, it can be a sign of Parkinson's disease. An early sign might be stiffness or pain in your shoulder or hips. People sometimes say their feet seem “stuck to the floor.”

What is normal?
If you have injured your arm or shoulder, you may not be able to use it as well until it is healed, or another illness like arthritis might cause the same symptom.

Constipation

Do you have trouble moving your bowels without straining every day? Straining to move your bowels can be an early sign of Parkinson's disease and you should talk to your doctor.

What is normal?
If you do not have enough water or fiber in your diet, it can cause problems in the bathroom. Also, some medicines, especially those used for pain, will cause constipation. If there is no other reason such as diet or medicine that would cause you to have trouble moving your bowels, you should speak with your doctor.

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17) I am getting very cold and tingling feet and hands. They are becoming painful, like from frostbite.

I also have bad pain in my lower back. My hair (and I mean all my hair) has become exceptionally thin, not the sturdy shafts as before. I don't feel well after eating and I am scared.

16) I think my on again-off again boyfriend has poisoned me with some type of chemical that he uses at work. He works at a place called varmen guard; it's like Orkin and he has access to all types of chemicals. I think he put it in my food while I was in the shower.

About an hour or two after eating, I started to get headaches, my throat became sore and both of my lower legs started to cramp and convulse really bad. Can insecticides cause these types of problems?

15) I suspect my ex-wife of trying to poison me many years ago. We had curry in the evening and she gave some of the leftover to take to work for lunch. After that I got violently sick. The symptoms included a painful and sensitive stomach, vomiting and confusion.

I looked into her eyes as she was about to give me more curry food and saw this cold look in her eyes. I then refused any food from her which saved my life. I recovered after that within three days.

14) @Post 13: Are you able to purchase test kits online without him knowing? I just purchased an arsenic test kit online, and they have other kinds of test kits too. You can test any liquid, I believe even your urine. I would either recommend testing your urine or saving a drink or other liquid he gives you until you can test it without him knowing.

As far as a way to narrow down what chemical it is, google lists of poisons and symptoms and see which ones fit your symptoms best. That way, you can narrow it down a little and go from there.

My husband and I have been being poisoned by my adoptive parents for a while. We believe it is arsenic, and our symptoms are similar to yours: Every time after we would eat an open food from our fridge (like pickles from a jar), our throats would burn, we would get really tired, very bad headaches, very weak. Then, after about an hour or so, we would both have very bad stomach cramps and severe diarrhea. These people have been poisoning me for a long time (we have since taken many precautions against it and have filed police reports), but from my experience, I can tell you that it will only get worse. I was in the hospital and came very close to dying many times.

Whatever poison this man you are living with is using, it may not just be in the food or drinks. Do you take any vitamins or pills? It can be in there too, especially if the pills are powdery.

I hope this helps and I hope you stay safe and healthy. Good luck.

13) I've been worried that the guy I'm living with is poisoning me with something. He makes food and won't eat it. My symptoms can be mild to severe.

First is my stomach severely bloats like I'm pregnant, my urine smells really odd, like a weird chemical and sometimes my stool does as well. I get nausea and diarrhea and right now I'm really sick.

My throat feels literally like it's been burned. I get a weird menthol type vapor in my throat or it just feels hot inside. Sometimes I'm really tired and weak and either my heart races or it's slow. I'm having tingling in my hands. Please can someone help? He's a farmer. I don't think I'm crazy. What chemical would it be?

12) I am pretty sure I am being poisoned with arsenic. Is there a way to test food or liquids for arsenic? What are other ways people may put arsenic in your house? I have a very sore throat, trouble breathing, stomach pains, severe diarrhea, joint pain, and muscle twitches.

I have been poisoned before by the people I am suspecting, but I am not sure of the poison they are using and how they are getting it into my apartment. I believe they may have a key and come in while I am at work and put it in open food (any time I eat open food, like pickles from a jar or chips, I end up with severe stomach cramps and diarrhea). I stopped eating open food at my house, but I am still sick with the respiratory symptoms, extremely tired, dizzy, and very bad headaches. Does anyone have any suggestions to figure out which poison is being used?

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Exercise regularly for at least 30 minutes a day on most days of the week.

Lots of fruits, vegetables, grains, and fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products (heart-healthy foods)
Lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts
Limited amounts of foods with saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, sodium (salt), and added sugars.

Limit your intake of alcohol.

Also, if you are noticing a weight gain with Lamictal, talk to your healthcare provider. He or she can suggest other ways for dealing with this problem. He or she may also look for other causes of weight gain, such as certain medical conditions. If the weight gain continues, your healthcare provider may also recommend other lifestyle changes or a possible switch to another bipolar disorder or epilepsy medication.

Lamictal and Weight Gain: Suggestions
If you are noticing unexplained or bothersome weight gain while you are taking Lamictal, there are some things that you can do. Some suggestions include:

* Exercise regularly for at least 30 minutes a day on most days of the week.

o Lots of fruits, vegetables, grains, and fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products (heart-healthy foods)
o Lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts
o Limited amounts of foods with saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, sodium (salt), and added sugars.

* Limit your intake of alcohol.

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As common as colds are, it is no surprise that you stand a good chance of getting one while pregnant. The only thing is, when you're expecting, weathering a cold or a nagging cough goes beyond the simple logistics of seeking relief from your symptoms. After all, now you have a baby and you have his/her health to think about as well. Read on for a rundown on the available treatment options that can keep both you and your baby comfortable during cold and flu season.

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I have now been using progesterone cream for two months, and I'm already experiencing a difference. I had only one migraine this month instead of many, no cramps, less spotting, and a lighter flow. I highly recommend to have your hormones checked if any of these symptoms apply to you!

26) I have been suffering from anxiety and panic attacks for years and have been treated with meds like prozac and paxil off and on. Anxiety is still a problem, especially around my period and ovulation. I also have been diagnosed with infertility due to endometriosis. I recently had the saliva tests done and my progesterone levels were very low. I now am on 50mg of bioidentical progesterone. This is my first month and my anxiety has gotten worse!

I am just wondering if after a few months on the progesterone will things get better? I am really worried and stressed every day if I am going to wake up with anxiety. I feel like it has taken over my life.

25) I was just tested. My progesterone level was.5! I have had anxiety issues for months. I also have severe insomnia. I felt nonhuman. I am angry all the time.

My poor husband has been fantastic, but I feel miserable. I am on zoloft, xanax and restoril until my hormone replacement arrives this week. I am only 42 years old. I have had this issue for years. I am so tired of being told I am too young for this. Why aren't more doctors and people talking about this?

24) I would suggest as already mentioned, to seek out a doctor who does bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. It is all natural and much better for our bodies. This really makes a difference for all of those mentioned side effects of low progesterone. I am on 50mg for the very first time, so am already feeling a little better, however, will be able to tell after a few more months. Thanks

23) all of these women have some of the same symptoms I had and several more. Severe headaches at times, amenorrhea, overwhelming fatigue, thinning of my skin, horrible panic attacks, low back pain, urinating frequently, malaise, respiratory infections that recurred over and over for no reason.

I researched it extensively, as no doctor was helping at all. I started on progesterone cream, natural progesterone only. Large dosing initially to combat the dominance of the estrogen. I used 200mg daily to start and within days the symptoms subsided. Now on daily lower doses. everyone is different but it was a miracle for me.

22) I just found out my progesterone level is low after TTC for 14 mos. I had to push doc for a test. It is a 5.4, what is a normal level? I too, notice my hair has been thinning and I have complained to the doc several times about heavy, clotty periods.

21) Waited to raise my son, finish my education and finally for my second - now good marriage - and bam! Now I am told I am in menopause!

Started my own research and using progesterone capsules and cream - trying to have this planned baby. No, traditional male docs just aren't following through here. You've got to do your own legwork and pray!

Whether wanting to deal with the menopause or try to reverse the bioclock, I recommend the hormone cream at least. Good luck out there!

20) I get severe headaches, body chills, severe cramping, fatigue and heavy bleeding before my period starts and during as well. My gyno tested and said that my progesterone is low, but the pills are not working. I had a miscarriage because of this hormone issue.

19) I have been on natural progesterone that is made specifically for me at a compounding pharmacy for the last five years. I was diagnosed through saliva testing, which is more specific than blood.

I had the symptoms mentioned by others. Severe bad moods, period slightly erratic, severe headaches caused by both migraines and at other times by tension, exhaustion, no libido, and hair falling out.

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Dans les cas sans complications, les symptômes de la grippe disparaissent habituellement sans traitement. Il est surtout recommandé de prendre du repos et de se soigner à la maison pour éviter de contaminer d’autres personnes.

Voici quelques façons de soulager vos symptômes:

  • Se reposer
  • Boire beaucoup d’eau
  • Prendre des médicaments contre la fièvre en vente libre comme l’acétaminophène (Tylenols®), l’ibuprofène (Advil®) et l’acide acétylsalicylique (Aspirin®)

Pour tous médicaments en vente libre, n’oubliez pas de lire l’étiquette pour vous assurer que le traitement convienne à votre situation (âge, problématique de santé, etc.) ou consulter votre pharmacien, il saura vous guider.

Dans certains cas, le médecin peut également prescrire un médicament antiviral administré par voie orale. Pour être efficace, il doit être pris dans les 48 heures suivant l’apparition des premiers symptômes grippaux.

Les médicaments antiviraux tels que l’amantadine, le zanamivir et l’oseltamivir peuvent prévenir et traiter la grippe causée par le virus de type A ou B. Cependant, ils ne sont pas destinés à remplacer le vaccin annuel pour les gens à risques. Les médicaments antiviraux auront pour effet de diminuer les symptômes de la grippe s’ils sont administrés dans les 24 à 48 heures suivant l’apparition des symptômes. Notez qu’ils ne gênent pas l’action du vaccin administré par injection.

Ces médicaments ne doivent pas être considérés comme substitut à la vaccination qui demeure le meilleur moyen préventif contre la grippe.

On peut prévenir la grippe en se faisant vacciner tous les automnes. Le vaccin permet à l’organisme de produire les anticorps qui le protégeront pendant les cinq à six mois que dure la saison de la grippe. La vaccination annuelle permet de prévenir la grippe, et de réduire la gravité de la maladie. Le meilleur moment pour recevoir le vaccin antigrippal est au début de la saison grippale soit au mois d’octobre et de novembre.

Voici quelques façons simples et efficaces de vous protéger contre la grippe:

  • Lavez-vous fréquemment les mains
  • Nettoyez les surfaces les plus utilisées (poignets de porte, surfaces de comptoir, etc.)
  • Limitez les contacts avec les personnes malades
  • Faites-vous vacciner (consultez l’onglet Vaccination pour plus d’information sur le vaccin antigrippal)

En 2011, le Québec présentait le plus bas taux de vaccination au Canada avec 27% de sa population ayant reçu le vaccin. De plus, 25 % des Québécois affirmaient avoir contracté la grippe, ce qui représente le plus haut taux au pays.

En comparaison, la Colombie-Britannique a eu un taux de vaccination de 52% et, par conséquent, seulement 10% de la population avait été incommodée par la grippe cette même année.

Au Québec, chaque année, plus de 300 décès sont attribuables au virus de la grippe. Ce n’est donc pas une problématique à prendre à la légère.

Chaque année au Québec, de nouveaux vaccins antigrippaux sont disponibles, car le virus de la grippe se modifie fréquemment. Ces vaccins ont l’avantage de contenir les nouvelles souches du virus circulant en Amérique du Nord pour l’année en court.

Il y a deux types de vaccin sur le marché, le vaccin inactivé et atténué. Le vaccin inactivé se donne par injection et contient des parties non vivantes du virus. Le vaccin atténué se donne par voie nasale et contient un virus vivant qui a été atténué. Le dernier est particulièrement utilisé auprès des enfants, car il est plus efficace chez cette clientèle que les vaccins inactivés. La protection procurée par les vaccins apparaît environ deux semaines après l’administration et couvre toute la période durant laquelle sévit le virus. Il est tout de même possible d’attraper la grippe malgré la protection du vaccin, toutefois les symptômes seront plus modérés.

D’après le Comité consultatif national de l’immunisation (CCNI), les données indiquent que la vaccination contre la grippe est bénéfique pour les personnes de tous les âges. Il est maintenant recommandé que toutes les personnes de 6 mois et plus se fassent vacciner, en ciblant particulièrement les personnes présentant des risques plus élevés de complications liées à la grippe.

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Differences between flu and pregnancy symptoms

For a woman who has unexpectedly become pregnant, and possibly for the first time in her life, the most initial symptoms might seem just like another bout of the flu (also known as influenza).
The flu is an infectious disease, viral in origin. It is generally self-limiting and will settle down within a week or so. The flu affects all the systems of the body, whereas pregnancy will have more of gastrointestinal and genitor-urinary affections. The flu starts once a person comes in contact with another person who is suffering from it and it is extremely contagious. The flu is commonly seen in children who have low immunity.
Morning sickness (high degree of nausea and vomiting) is the most important symptom of pregnancy. Morning sickness is so called because the nausea is usually most severe in the mornings. It may subside in some patients after the first three months or it may continue up until the last month. It occurs due to a drop in blood sugar levels and an increase in circulating hormones. Nausea generally increases in the mornings, as there is a state of fasting the entire night leading to a dip in the blood glucose levels.
Symptoms of the flu are marked by a sudden onset of cold, cough, fever of mild degree and tremendous weakness due to joint pains and muscle pains. With the flu, patients will complain of severe headache and fever, whereas in pregnancy females will have more of a feeling of giddiness and dizziness. The spells occur especially while suddenly getting up from a sleeping position or during or after long hours of working. If the caloric needs are not met during pregnancy, it will lead to spells of such weakness and is seen commonly in females with poor food intake.
Flu patients have a reduced appetite due to altered taste sensations and hence face weight loss, but in pregnancy there is a sudden increase in the appetite and weight. It is due to the high energy needed in order to supply adequate nutrition to the growing baby. Flu symptoms will be short term and self-resolving, whereas pregnancy symptoms will be long-term and continue easily for the term of three months at a stretch. In the case of the flu affecting the gastro-intestinal tract, symptoms like diarrhea, cramps and pain in the lower abdomen, a fever and severe nausea and vomiting can be seen. Also, there will be signs of dehydration and fatigue. It should not be confused with morning sickness of pregnancy, as in pregnancy nausea will be present throughout the first three to four months but is intense usually only in the morning, subsiding for the remainder of the day and often is not relieved by medications. Typically, pregnant females have high sensitivity to odors of any kind and that will bring on the wave of nausea. Along with these symptoms, there is presence of tenderness of breasts, bloating of the abdomen, irresistible cravings for various foods, repeated heartburn and hyperacidity, etc.
Flu symptoms will be seen in any individual, be it male or female, of any age, whereas pregnancy occurs only in females of between the ages of 14 to 50 years. The flu can be controlled by asking the patient to ingest more fluids, rest and take anti-viral medications if needed. Also, the spread of the virus can be curbed by wearing masks, which will reduce air transfer. A pregnancy can be confirmed by doing a simple home urine pregnancy test or an ultrasound.

Summary: The flu is an infectious disease of viral origin causing symptoms like cold, cough, fever, etc. It will only affect after you contract the infection from other individuals, and hence should not be confused with pregnancy symptoms which will begin once conception starts.

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rachita. "Difference between flu and pregnancy symptoms." DifferenceBetween.net. October 5, 2017.

Written by: rachita. and updated on October 5, 2017

Influenza viruses continued to circulate in the Region with 28% of the individuals sampled from primary healthcare settings testing positive, while all countries reported low or medium intensity of activity of respiratory infections.

Both influenza virus types A and B were co-circulating with the majority being type A viruses.

  • Influenza has been circulating widely in the Region since week 52/2017, based on positivity rates among sentinel specimens, which is longer than in recent seasons and may contribute to the severity of this season.

For the Region overall, the majority of influenza viruses detected were type B, representing a high level of circulation of influenza B viruses compared to recent seasons. B/Yamagata lineage viruses have greatly outnumbered those of the B/Victoria lineage. Click here for more information

Different patterns of dominant type and A subtypes were observed between the countries of the Region. Influenza A viruses are now dominant in several eastern European countries.

Of the type A virus detections from sentinel sources, the majority of which were subtyped, A(H1N1)pdm09 viruses have outnumbered A(H3N2) viruses. In non-sentinel sources, more A(H3N2) viruses than A(H1N1)pdm09 viruses were reported. Click here for more information

While low in number, 55% of characterized A(H3N2) viruses belong to clade 3C.2a and 41% of B/Victoria lineage viruses belong to a subclade of clade 1A viruses that are antigenically distinct from the current trivalent vaccine component. Click here for more information

The majority of severe cases reported this season are due to influenza type B and have mostly occurred in persons above the age of 15 years. Click here for more information

Mortality from all causes based on pooled data from 1 9 EU countries and regions that reported to EuroMOMO remained elevated in some countries. Click here for more information

Interim results from 5 European studies indicate 25 to 52% vaccine effectiveness against any influenza. Click here for more information

Influenza or flu is an infectious disease that affects birds and mammals. It is caused by the different strains of the influenza virus. It causes infection of the respiratory tract and may lead to a wide range of symptoms that have been enumerated below. The transmission of this virus, usually takes place through air from mammal to mammal. For example, when a person infected with the influenza virus coughs, he releases some of the viruses into the air. The same air may be inhaled by another person, leading to an infection.
Many strains of the influenza virus are highly pathogenic in nature and have caused 3 pandemics in the last century. Apart from them, seasonal epidemics of influenza are also known to occur throughout the world.
The most recent influenza threat has been in the form of the H5N1 virus that affects birds. Still in its emerging stage, this virus is yet to adapt itself to humans. However, it poses the greatest pandemic threat in today's world.

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Influenza can cause a variety of symptoms. Once a person has been infected with the flu virus, the symptoms start appearing within 1 to 4 days. Some of the seasonal flu symptoms are as follows:

  • In the initial stages of flu symptoms, a person may develop a fever, with temperature of up to 104 ° Fahrenheit. This fever usually disappears after a few days.
  • The infected person also feels exhausted during the early days. He may get tired by doing the least amount of work. The tiredness also disappears after a few days.
  • These stages of flu symptoms are usually followed by a stuffy nose and a sore throat.
  • During this period, the infected person may also suffer from body ache. These aches may be so severe that the person may be confined to his bed for a number of days. These aches usually occur in the lower back and in the legs.
  • Eyes of the person may suffer from irritation. In some cases, the person may also suffer from ophthalmic infections like conjunctivitis.
  • The person may also suffer from frequent head aches.
  • Influenza may also lead to stomach disorders like abdominal pains, and diarrhea. One should note that these symptoms correspond to gastroenteritis as well and hence, should not be confused as flu, unless accompanied by other seasonal flu symptoms.
  • In case, an individual is taking drugs to fight cancer or smokes regularly, then he is likely to have more severe symptoms due to influenza. Flu is also prevalent in children below the age of 5 and in individuals above the age of 65, who already suffer from some chronic disease.
  • In serious cases, flu may also lead to pneumonia. Often, death among flu patients is caused, because of this condition.
People often confuse the seasonal flu symptoms with those of common cold. Flu symptoms are usually more severe than those of common cold and last for a longer period of time. Thus, one should not believe that one has flu, if one has fever. Statistics show that only 25 % of the people who have fever are suffering from flu.

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The nasal-spray flu vaccine is a vaccine made with live, weakened flu viruses that do not cause illness.

A flu vaccine will contain three influenza viruses:

  • influenza (H3N2) virus
  • influenza (H1N2) virus
  • one B virus

As viruses adapt and change, so do those contained within the vaccines - what is included in them is based on international surveillance and scientists' calculations about which virus types and strains will circulate in a given year.

Protection begins about 2 weeks after receiving the vaccination.

Seasonal flu vaccinations should start in September or as soon as the vaccine is on hand, and continue throughout the flu season, into January, and beyond. This is because the timing and duration of influenza seasons are never the same. Flu outbreaks usually peak at around January, but they can happen as early as October.

Seasonal flu shots are not suitable for some people

Certain individuals should check with their doctor before deciding to have the flu vaccine, including:

  • Individuals with a severe allergy to chicken eggs.
  • Individuals who have had a severe reaction to a flu vaccination in the past.
  • Individuals who developed Guillain-Barré Syndrome within 6 weeks of receiving a flu vaccine.
  • Children under 6 months old.
  • Individuals experiencing a fever with a moderate-to-severe illness should wait until they recover before being vaccinated.

Three types of flu viruses exist - influenza A, influenza B, and influenza C. Types A and B viruses cause seasonal epidemics that hit the United States and Europe virtually every winter. The type C influenza virus causes mild respiratory illness and is not responsible for outbreaks.

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Learn about the causes of flu and how it is spread.

The flu is an infection of the nose, throat and lungs. It is caused mainly by 2 types of viruses:

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    Serious Condition: H1N1 Inflenza came unexpectedly and the usual vaccine was not effective and it caused people to get sick with this virus and some succumb to it by getting hospitalized and some died. Later on H1N1 Vaccine was incorporated and given to prevent an epidemic. Read more

    Time to see a doctor: 10 days is too long for a common cold. You might have a more serious condition such as pneumonia.. Read more

    Needs confirmation: There are a number of other infections beside influenza producing flu-like symptoms. Tamiflu, (oseltamivir) most often prescribed antiviral medine, should also be given within 48 hours from the onset of illness to be beneficial.. Read more

    Dehydration: Drink 2 glasses of warm water initially, then 1 glass every 30 min for next two hours, then 1 glass every hour for rest of day. You should be urinating every hour and urine should be clear. Do this for one day and you will feel better much faster.. Read more

    MAYBE: Every year a number of flu strains circle the globe and various sites keep track and report their activity. Vaccine makers pick 3-4 strains in early spring to put in the fall shot, based on those with the most activity. Too many strains would weaken the individual strength against each strain. With luck, the vaccine will boost general flu immunity enough to make it mild for those who get it anyway. Read more

    Influenza: Without a fever you don't have influenza. You probably have a cold. If you haven't had a flu shot get one. Even though the antigens in the shot don't exactly match the flu strain this year, it should offer some protection and make the flu less severe if you get it. Influenza is sudden (like you were hit by a truck), fevers, chills, runny nose, cough, diffuse aches and rarely GI symptoms.. Read more

    Unlikely: Most cold symptoms now can be attributed to the flu although symptoms may vary from one to another. There is nothing 100% in medicine however but it is unlikely that the test result was wrong during this epidemic. In fact, testing is not recommended.. Read more

    It could be either.: Bronchitiis has been associated with tamiflu (oseltamivir). Would stop tamiflu (oseltamivir) and call your Dr.. Read more

    See below: No all H inluenzae bacteria cause disease. There are six major types and type B causes most infections in humans. There are also other types of bacteria which do not fall into the six known categories and are called untypable. You may consult this site for more info: https://www. Cdc. Gov/hi-disease/index. Html
    Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
    Practice safe sex, if you have sex.. Read more

    Possible: Common flu symptoms include fever, headache, body aches, joint pain etc. When the symptoms initially develop it may be possible to feel pain in a single joint. If the pain is due to flu the pain my progress to other joints.. Read more

    Learn about the causes of flu and how it is spread.

    The flu is an infection of the nose, throat and lungs. It is caused mainly by 2 types of viruses:

    The flu spreads very easily from person to person. Even before you notice symptoms, you may spread the virus to others. If you have the virus, you can spread it to others by:

    These actions release tiny droplets containing the flu virus into the air.

    You can become infected if these droplets land on your:

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    Human influenza viruses are known to drift, or mutate, from season to season, allowing the viruses to spread through the population a little easier. At the same time, humans are constantly evolving antibodies to fight the viruses. The human immune system contains a range of antibodies that can bind to the flu virus, meaning there is a higher potential for the population to fend off viruses that are slightly unfamiliar, Webby said.

    Predicting which strain of the flu will dominate a flu season involves mapping seasonal trends, field testing and, to some degree, guess work. Sometimes, the vaccine is not a good match.

    Slight drifts in a dominant influenza virus are not a huge cause for concern, according to health experts. Vaccines can still provide some level of defense against the flu, even when the vaccine is not a perfect match. “It would have to be a very severe drift for a vaccine to provide no protection at all,” Webby said. Despite a mutation in the H3N2, the vaccine has averted roughly a third of the flu cases seen this season, according to the CDC.

    The three types of influenza viruses are types A, B and C. Influenza viruses A and B are what cause most of the human infections, with A typically being the more severe of the two. Viruses are made up of seven segments of RNA, or genetic material. “Every so often, one of those segments gets changed very dramatically,” Patrick Schlievert, a professor and chair of microbiology at the University of Iowa, told IBTimes. “Those are the ones that usually bring in a new pandemic.”

    The viruses that worry health experts the most are those “coming out of animal reservoirs,” Webby said. They are what health experts call the “pandemic strains” – viruses unfamiliar to the human immune system that suddenly jump into humans.

    In 2009, a novel strain of the H1N1 influenza A virus, commonly known as swine flu, made its way to the U.S. The first cases were reported in March in California. The virus killed an estimated 10,000 Americans, including 7,500 young adults and 1,100 children, by December. Health experts estimated that more than 15 percent of the country had been infected with the virus. “If a brand new virus comes in, it’s obviously going to be more severe and effect a greater part of the population,” Schlievert said.

    However, even if an unforeseen strain were to make its way into the human population, health officials are, for the most part, prepared. A hundred years of medical advances have equipped physicians with the tools to keep death rates from influenza outbreaks relatively low, Schlievert argued. If the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, which killed upwards of 30 to 50 million people worldwide, were to happen today, “it might kill 100,000 people,” Schlievert said. “The reason is that medical care is so much better” than it was nearly a century ago, he said.

    Bill Bush The Columbus Dispatch @ReporterBush

    Flu cases are widespread across the state, with hospitalizations for flu-like symptoms almost doubling to 287 during the first week of January, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

    "Influenza-like illness is now widespread throughout Ohio for the first time this flue season, and the number of associated hospitalizations are rising," the department said in a written statement.

    The number of hospitalizations for flu symptoms — fever, cough, sore throat, body aces, headache, chills and fatigue — rose from 157 the last week of December, and the total hospitalization since the start of this flu season in October is 654, the department said.

    Some people also experience vomiting or diarrhea, according to the CDC. Most people recover in several days to less than two weeks. Children and the elderly are most susceptible to complications of the flu.

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said flu activity across the country is expected to continue to rise for at least several weeks. Flu season generally lasts through May, and hospitalizations generally peak between December and February, the department said.

    Influenza vaccination is the safest and most effective way to prevent the flu in people older than 6 months, the department said. Other ways to avoid it include washing hands, using alcohol-based hand sanitizer, covering coughs and sneezes, avoid touching eyes, noses and mouths, and staying home when sick until you are fever free for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicines.

    "There are no flu vaccine shortages across Ohio," said Sietske de Fijter, chief of the Bureau of Infectious Diseases for the department. "The short time it will take to get a flu vaccine is much less than the time it will take you to recover from the flu."

    The department doesn't track the number of aldut flu deaths.

    There were 3,691 hospitalizations for flu-like symptoms during the last flu season, according to the state.

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    Mood swings can be quite severe early in a pregnancy, and may include feelings of euphoria followed by depression or sadness; again, many of these mood swings are similar to emotional changes that women experience during PMS. Pregnancy symptoms such as frequent urination, morning sickness and nausea, and odd food cravings generally begin around 2-3 weeks into the pregnancy; sometimes these symptoms do not occur until 4-6 weeks into the pregnancy.

    Some women do not experience a missed period during the first few weeks of pregnancy; a period that occurs during the first weeks of pregnancy may be either normal or abnormal. Abnormal periods that occur during the first few weeks of a pregnancy can include a lighter than normal period, spotting, or a very short period. Of course, any bleeding that occurs when you may be pregnant needs to be checked by a doctor immediately.

    If you are experiencing some of these symptoms, and there is a possibility that you can be pregnant, than you should take a pregnancy test as soon as possible. Over the counter urine tests and blood tests performed by a physician detect levels of human chorionic gonadotropin, (HCG), in your blood; this hormone is released by the developing placenta and begins to appear in the blood as little as 5 days after conception.

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    Asbestos symptoms are indicators of the serious adverse health problems that are caused by dangerous levels of asbestos exposure. The Occupational Health & Safety Administration estimates that 1.3 million people are exposed to the dangerous of asbestos exposure every year in the work place and should be aware of symptoms of asbestos exposure that may indicate serious underlying health problems. People who work, or have worked, in the shipyard, factory, railroad, construction, automobile, and building industries in the last 60 years may be susceptible to developing asbestos symptoms.

    Most deadly diseases that are caused by asbestos exposure lie dormant for years, so it is possible to suffer from the ill effects of asbestos disease without any noticeable asbestos symptoms. Because of disease latency, asbestos symptoms might appear years - even decades - after initial asbestos exposure. Medical experts assign a latency period to malignant mesothelioma of thirty to fifty years. That’s one of the reasons the disease is so difficult to diagnose; the job where the exposure occurred in most instances ended decades prior to the health problems beginning.

    The clinical manifestations for asbestos generally appear between twenty and forty years after the asbestos exposure has occurred, or begun. The fibrotic process that impacts the lung tissue in this disease maybe accelerated and is certainly exacerbated by smoking. Asbestosis, characterized by severe breathing restriction, develops in nearly half of all workers who have reached “occupational levels” of asbestos exposure.

    The type of asbestos symptoms an individual experiences generally depends on the asbestos-related disease that has been developed. There are various types of asbestos-related conditions; the two most commonly associated with asbestos exposure are asbestosis and mesothelioma. However chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) has reached epidemic proportions in the United States and is a condition that asbestos exposure has contributed to in thousands of cases.

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    • Shortness of breath
    • Chronic cough
    • Chest pain
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Difficulty with physical exertion

    Malignant mesothelioma generally develops in people over the age of sixty five and usually occurs in the chest cavity, arising in the pleura in sixty five to seventy percent of all cases. The other predominant location for mesothelioma cancer cases is the peritoneal lining of the organs in the abdominal cavity. It may also affect the pericardial lining of the heart, in rare cases.

    • Shortness of breath
    • Chest pain
    • Tightness in the chest
    • Persistent cough
    • Weight Loss
    • Fatigue

    Pleural effusion is also a common development with mesothelioma. This condition is caused by accumulation of excess fluid in the space between the lungs and the chest wall or diaphragm. It can be the cause of chest pain and reduced breathing capacity.

    Peritoneal mesothelioma is characterized by abdominal swelling and pain. This symptom can also be the result of fluid accumulation – in this case, within the abdominal cavity. Thickening of the peritoneal tissue can lead to additional symptoms:

    • Swelling
    • Weight loss
    • Nausea
    • Obstructed bowels
    • Anemia
    • Fever and/or night sweats

    If you or someone you love is experiencing any symptoms of asbestos exposure, you should visit your doctor right away.

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    Six to 11 years

    One to 10 years

    Syrup, 15 mg per 5 mL

    MDI = metered dose inhaler.

    Information from references 8, 13, and 16 through 20.

    Complementary and Alternative Medicine Products. Several of these therapies provide relief from cold symptoms. Vapor rub applied to the chest and neck has been shown to improve cough severity and quality of sleep for the child and parents, but it has a strong smell that children may not tolerate.19 Studies regarding therapeutic use of zinc sulfate show a trend toward decreased duration of cold symptoms when it is taken within the first 24 hours of symptom onset.20 Adverse effects, such as bad taste and nausea, are more common with zinc lozenges than with syrup or tablets.20 Pelargonium sidoides (geranium) extract (Umcka Coldcare) may help resolve cough and sputum production in children with the common cold.18 Buckwheat honey is superior to placebo for reducing frequency of cough, reducing bothersome cough, and improving quality of sleep for the child.16 Honey should not be used in children younger than one year because of the risk of botulism.

    Nasal Irrigation and Acetylcysteine. During acute illness, nasal irrigation with saline can help alleviate sore throat, thin nasal secretions, and improve nasal breathing and can reduce the need for nasal decongestants and mucolytics.17 A systematic review of six trials published in the 1990s found that acetylcysteine (commonly used in Europe, but not in the United States, as a mucolytic) may decrease cough after six to seven days of therapy in children older than two years.13 The main adverse effect of acetylcysteine is vomiting.

    Inhaled Corticosteroids. Some children with viral cold symptoms also develop wheezing. Although low-dose corticosteroids are ineffective in these children, one review of high-dose inhaled corticosteroids found a trend toward decreased frequency of wheezing episodes that require oral corticosteroids, the duration of episodes, and the number of physician visits.8

    Table 3 summarizes therapies that may be effective for cold prophylaxis in children.14, 17, 20 – 22

    Therapies That May Be Effective for Common Cold Prophylaxis in Children

    One to three years

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