But sometimes acid reflux symptoms are less than obvious or easy to mistake for something else.

If left untreated, heartburn can lead to Barrett's esophagus, which is a precursor to cancer, says Timothy Pfanner, MD, assistant professor of internal medicine at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, in College Station.

Here are some symptoms—both common and unusual—that could mean you have acid reflux.

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Chest pain, which occurs because stomach acid is splashing into the esophagus, is a classic acid reflux symptom. But the pain can last longer and be more intense than expected. Many people mistake heartburn for a heart attack. You can never ignore chest pain, especially if it gets worse when you exercise or exert yourself. (Check out Heartburn or Heart Attack? How to Tell the Difference.)

If you're having chest pain, check with your doctor to make sure you're not having a heart attack, says Walter J. Coyle, MD, gastroenterologist with Scripps Clinic Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif.

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The acid that is supposed to stay in your stomach is more likely to escape into your esophagus when you lie down or bend over, causing heartburn.

"If you're sitting up straight, gravity helps keep food in the stomach," says Dr. Coyle. "If you lose the gravity, you're more prone to reflux."

That's why people with chronic heartburn raise the head of their bed, and why they shouldn't eat big meals right before bedtime.

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Food poisoning usually occurs as an outbreak with symptoms more or less common among the victims. The severity of the symptoms depends on the contaminant which caused the food poisoning. Diarrhoea in its severity can lead to loss of life and has been one of the leading causes of death worldwide.

Difference between Flu and Food Poisoning

Symptoms

Both the diseases have common symptoms such as nausea, diarrhoea, stomach cramps, vomiting etc. Headache, fatigue and fever are the first to show up. The symptoms are usually mild for healthy individuals and recovery is possible within 48 hours. In severe cases, these mild symptoms lead to dehydration and can become fatal.

Causative agent

In case of viral gastroenteritis, the symptoms are caused by viruses whereas in food poisoning, the common agents are bacteria.

Severity

Both symptoms appear mild in the outset, but Food poisoning can be quite dangerous in high risk groups such as children and elderly patients. In severe cases of infection it can also lead to death.

Preventive measure

These are common for both. Proper cooking and keeping hygienic surrounding lead to a healthy life. Food poisoning is usually caused by improper cooking or contaminated food. This can be minimized by taking enough precautionary measures while cooking.

Treatment

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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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Spread by fomites (e.g. human clothing, footwear or injection needles) or by biting insects is also possible.

Pig movements have been significant in the UK outbreaks, particularly in the early outbreaks. Local spread (particularly to pigs within 1 km of infected farms) has also been important.

East Anglia has a large population of birds, deer, dogs and foxes which might be mechanically spreading the CSF virus. This is also a time of year for spreading pig manure on the land. "Local spread" (to farms within 1 km) was a significant factor in the huge Dutch CSF epidemic of 1997-8. Attempts to spread the virus experimentally via rats have been unsuccessful.

Outbreaks have occurred widely in the world. The disease is enzootic in some European countries, South America and the Far East.

In the European Union (EU) CSF is enzootic in the wild boar populations of Germany & Italy (Sardinia).

In the year 2000 there have been outbreaks in Bulgaria and Thailand. Most of us assume that virus is enzootic in China. In 1999 there were outbreaks reported in Argentina, Croatia, Germany, Italy and Luxembourg.

The island of Sardinia had 17 outbreaks of classical swine fever in 1998 and 6 in 1999. African swine fever is also enzootic (endemic) in Sardinia. In March 1999 four CSF outbreaks occurred in the regions of Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna in Italy.

CSF was eradicated from Britain in 1966, although there have subsequently been limited outbreaks in 1971, 1986 and 1987 as a result of infected meat being fed in swill (waste food feeding).

Eradicated from the USA in 1978 after a 16 year programme.

In herds with suspicious clinical symptoms, diagnosis can be confirmed by:

    • RT-PCR (reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction)
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    • serology (blood antibody tests):
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Fachleute diskutieren noch, wie gut die Therapie mit Medikamenten, die gegen die Viren gerichtet sind, wirklich hilft. Zum Einsatz kommen meist sogenannte Neuraminidasehemmer, etwa die Wirkstoffe Zanamivir und Oseltamivir.

Manchmal kommt es während der Grippeerkrankung zu einer Infektion mit Bakterien (im Bild: Streptokokken). Dann kann es hilfreich sein, ein Antibiotikum einzunehmen, das gegen den ursächlichen Erreger wirkt. Gegen Viren wirken Antibiotika nicht!

Wer an Grippe erkrankt ist, kann dazu beitragen, sie nicht weiter zu verbreiten: Bedecken Sie beim Niesen und Husten Ihre Nase und Ihren Mund. Achten Sie darauf, nicht in die nackte Hand zu husten oder niesen, sondern z.B. in die Armbeuge.

Weiterer Tipp: Waschen Sie sich oft die Hände und.

. werfen Sie gebrauchte Einmaltaschentücher umgehend in den Müll. Stofftaschentücher sind nicht geeignet.

Vorbeugen lässt sich mit der Grippe-Impfung. Sie empfiehlt sich vor allem für ältere Menschen.

Fachgesellschaften empfehlen die Grippe-Impfung allgemein auch für Schwangere ab dem zweiten Drittel der Schwangerschaft und.

. für Menschen mit erhöhtem Ansteckungsrisiko, zum Beispiel medizinisches und pflegendes Personal.

Grippeviren ändern ständig ihre Struktur – daher werden jedes Jahr neue Impfstoffe entwickelt. Aus diesem Grund lautet die Empfehlung, den Impfschutz jedes Jahr vor Beginn der Grippesaison erneuern zu lassen, also im Oktober oder November.

Für Menschen ab dem 60. Lebensjahr ist zudem eine Impfung gegen Pneumokokken empfehlenswert. Mit ihr lässt sich zum Beispiel einer Lungenentzündung durch diese Bakterien vorbeugen. Erkältung oder Grippe? Machen Sie den Test!

Woher kommen die Bezeichnungen „Grippe“ und „Influenza“?

Der Begriff Grippe leitet sich her von dem französischen Wort grippe und bedeutet "Grille" oder "Laune". Dies ist wahrscheinlich darauf zurückzuführen, dass die Virusgrippe den Menschen plötzlich und launenhaft befällt.

Die seit dem 18. Jahrhundert gebräuchliche Bezeichnung Influenza kommt von dem italienischen Wort influenza, das "Beeinflussung" oder "Einfluss" bedeutet. In diesem Fall ist der Einfluss der Sterne gemeint. Denn früher glaubte man, dass bestimmte Sternenkonstellationen Krankheiten, Seuchen und Ähnliches verursachen können.

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A = consistent, good-quality patient-oriented evidence; B = inconsistent or limited-quality patient-oriented evidence; C = consensus, disease-oriented evidence, usual practice, expert opinion, or case series. For information about the SORT evidence rating system, go to https://www.aafp.org/afpsort.xml.

Patients seek care for cold symptoms during all seasons of the year, with cough being the third most common and nasal congestion the 15th most common presenting symptom among all office visits.1 The common cold is the third most common primary diagnosis in office visits.1 Colds are self-limited, usually lasting up to 10 days; therefore, management is directed at symptom relief rather than treating the infection. Multiple remedies, including complementary and alternative medicine products, over-the-counter products, and prescription drugs, have been used to prevent and treat cold symptoms.

When medications are requested, physicians play an important role in educating patients about the treatment choices. Many familiar prescription cough and cold medications were removed from the market in early 2011 because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had not evaluated them for safety, effectiveness, or quality.2 Physicians should caution patients about over-the-counter and complementary and alternative medicine products because manufacturers are not required to prove claims of therapeutic benefit.

Cold and cough medications are among the top 20 substances leading to death in children younger than five years.3 In 2008, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended that over-the-counter cough and cold medications be avoided in children younger than two years.4 After the removal of over-the-counter infant cough and cold medications from pharmacy shelves, the estimated number of emergency department visits for adverse events involving these medications was cut in half for children younger than two years.5 Manufacturers of these medications have voluntarily modified the product labels to state that they should not be used in children younger than four years.6

Prescription and Over-the-Counter Products. Because viruses cause most colds, antibiotics are ineffective.7 Low-dose inhaled corticosteroids8 and oral prednisolone9 do not improve outcomes in children without asthma. Echinacea products also are ineffective for treating cold symptoms in children.10 There is no evidence to support the use of most over-the-counter cough remedies in children.11, 12 Table 1 summarizes findings of studies on these medications.7 – 14

Therapies Not Effective for the Common Cold in Children

Cochrane review of four studies7

No difference in persistence of symptoms for the common cold or acute purulent rhinitis compared with placebo

Cochrane review of three RCTs13

No significant difference in cough, dyspnea, or overall general health compared with placebo

One cohort study12

Not superior to placebo in nocturnal cough or sleep quality in the child or parents

One cohort study12

Not superior to placebo in nocturnal cough or sleep quality in the child or parents

Cochrane review of two RCTs10

No difference in severity of symptoms, peak of symptom severity, number of days of fever, or parental report of severity score compared with placebo

Low-dose inhaled corticosteroids

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When kids get the flu those fevers are normal (even higher too) and it's common that the motrin/tylenol isn't that helpful.

There is a test available to see whether it is actuallly flu or not - a Q-tip nasal swab test. Not pleasant, but if it is flu, the doctor can give her TamiFlu, which would help her get over it.

YOu could also give the homeopathic remedy called Oscillo. We just went through the flu last week - 2 of my daughters had it - and I took Oscillo because I was fighting it too. It's completely safe and it totally worked for me. (I got it at wal mart - full name is oscillococcinum). The label doesn't say it, but if you try it, take it apart from food (don't eat within 30 minutes).

Hope your little one feels better soon!!

I'm not a doctor, but my son had influenza a few years ago.

While high fevers are scary, they actually are not proven to cause any damage. It's the virus or bacteria that causes problems. Does your doctor seem concerned about the fever? Ask him or her specifically. Call another one for a second opinion if you can't get a good answer.

You should work hard to keep her hydrated. If she stops taking fluids, call your doctor. Watch for too rapid breathing as well. When my son had influenza, he developed pneumonia within two days and was breathing about 90 times a minute!

When my children have gotten sick it is not on common for them to spike to 105. Whenever I have taken them to the ER they have given them a dose of Tylenol & Motrin at the same time to knock the fever down and then go back to alternating every 3 hours. Now we just use that protocol at home when they spike a fever that high. It does the trick every time. I would hate to recommend that to you without checking with your Doctor first but I wanted to let you know that is what we do and we have had a lot of experience with fevers! They are scary but the moms always seem more worried then the nurses and Doctors. We went to the ER once with a temp. of 106 and hallucinations and the nurses were so calm about it - I of course was not! Good luck.

Hi M., I'm an RN (and a mom). The important things to watch for during an illness with a high fever are fluid intake (pedialyte is ideal and preferable to water or juice) and how your child looks overall: is she pale, limp, listless, or lethargic. Some indications of dehydration are no urination in 8 hrs. or a whitish, sticky, "dry" tongue. If these things occur, or if your child just doesn't look right to you (because, as a mom, your intuition is a valuable indicator) you should take her to the ER if her pediatrician is not available to see her. Also, if she is becoming more congested or having any difficulty breathing, you should seek medical attention immediately. There is always an MD on call for a medical practice, so you should be able to contact someone from her pediatrician's office after hours if needed. It is normal to be scared when your baby has a high fever. I was terrifed when my son got the flu one year and I couldn't get his fever down. You should ask your pediatrician if you are giving her the optimal dose of tylenol and/or motrin for her weight, the over the counter doses listed on the package are for the average weight of a child for the age (don't change your dosing without talking to the doctor first). When you put her down for the night, cover her lightly to minimize the fever. The research used to indicate that febrile seizures were related to how quickly the temp spiked upward rather than the actual temp, so, although you are right to be concerned about seizures it may not be that likely to happen. I don't know if the current research still supports this theory, though (again, check with the doctor). If she is still running that high of a fever after a few days, it would be prudent for her pediatrician to make sure she doesn't have a bacterial infection of some sort rather than a virus (infuenza is caused by a virus). If she's not better within a few days, or seems to be getting worse, you should definitely take her back to the doctor. Good luck, I hope she gets better soon:). L. E.

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Acid reflux is such a common problem you'd think it would be simple to spot and treat.

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    Treatment of infections can be through several different strategies.

    Prevention of infections is difficult, if not impossible, if the intent is to avoid all possible sources of infection.

    The cheapest, easiest, and most globally effective method for infection prevention is good hygiene.

    Washing your hands frequently is perhaps the single most important measure to avoid more personal infections, and avoid transmission of harmful microorganisms to others.

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    Infectious Mononucleosis also known as Mono or Glandular Fever or “the kissing disease“, is a severe infection caused by Epstein Barr virus.

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    I have been on lexapro for about 6 months and had to quit cold turkey due to financial reasons and this is a complete NIGHTMARE! I have had brain zaps that feel like electricity running through my head, then a sensation of the breath being sucked out of me which in turn cause my lips to start tingling and this is just the tip of the iceberg. When these symptoms started they brought on what my neurologist is now calling a complicated migraine and when I get one of those I sometimes don't know who my family is during it and I develop aphasia which is all really scary. This has been going on since Father's Day. I am about to loose my mind! I really don't know how much more I can take.

    When my doctor first prescribed Lexapro for me, I thought I had died and went to heaven; it really worked well for me (helped to alleviate depression and anxiety). After taking it for approximately 10 years ranging from 10 mg to 30 mg daily doses depending on a variety of life stressors, I was tired of trying to wean myself from the 30 mg doses. My doctor told me to decrease my dose from 20 to 10 mg for two weeks and then start 10 mg of Wellbutrin twice a day. The withdrawal symptoms which can be described as flu-like symptoms; dizziness, nausea, etc are awful but every so often the dizziness is accompanied by a whooshy/buzzing sensation in my head. Sometimes I need to sit down so I don't lose my balance. Based on what others have written on this blog, it seems it may have a few more months to suffer through before this hopefully better even though I have since I started taking the Wellbutrin. If anything, misery loves company and I feel less alone knowing that I am not the only one who is being tormented/tortured with these symptoms.

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    I was taking 5mg of Lexapro for over 2 years for horrible perimenopause symptoms. I tapered very slowly and have been off a month today. For almost two weeks I have never felt worse in my life. My anxiety is through the roof! I have constant hot flashes and terrible insomnia. My appetite is gone too. While on Lexapro, I gained weight and was hungry often. This is a horrible way to live. How long will this last? My husband says that my dose was so low that I could not possibly be affected by withdrawal symptoms. But, why do I feel so terrible when I have never felt this way before? I was on the drug for over 2 years. Any help is so appreciated.

    The World Health Organization reconvened an emergency meeting of a special 15-member panel of experts to advise the agency whether the outbreak of the swine flu virus warrants elevation of the pandemic threat level, which could trigger international travel restrictions and other measures. The committee had planned to meet again tomorrow, but moved up the meeting to grapple with the rapid developments.

    President Obama, meanwhile, said his administration was monitoring the situation closely.

    "This is obviously a cause for concern and requires a heightened state of alert," Obama said at an appearance at the National Academy of Science. "But it is not a cause for alarm."

    Richard Wenzel, professor and chairman of the Dept. of Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia, was online Monday, April 27, at 1 p.m. ET to discuss the latest information about the swine flu, including its transmission and preparations the medical community is making to combat the virus.

    Richard Wenzel: Welcome, Richard Wenzel here to take your questions today.

    Nashville, Tenn.: How long does a flu pandemic usually last?

    Richard Wenzel: In general it is unpredictable, but can last for several months to a year.

    Princeton, N.J.: My husband had fever and sore throat from last Thursday. Now the fever is down after three days, but sore throat and yellow mucous still bothers him. Should we worry about this being swine flu?

    Richard Wenzel: This is probably not influenza since there was no cough, or muscle aches. If symptoms persist, please have him see a physician.

    Herndon, Va.: Dear Dr. Wenzel,

    How can a mask prevent the virus from entering our body? Can't they sneak through the pores of the mask fabric? Are we just bettering our odds against a infection?

    Thanks for your time.

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    Quand tu parles de colloquialisme, tu fais référence à “décr&%*ssé” j’imagine? Pourtant j’utilise ce terme à tous les jours…
    Merci pour ton commentaire!

    J’adore tes infographiques… les facultés de sciences universitaires devraient les utiliser, ainsi que tous les bureaux de médecin!!
    Suggestion pour faire suite à cette présentation: ça serait vraiment bien si tu pouvais expliquer pourquoi on ne peut pas avoir la grippe avec le vaccin anti-grippal…
    Merci de nous faire rire ainsi, continues!

    Wow, merci beaucoup Julie. Les infographiques, c’est ce que j’aime le plus créer. Je joins donc l’utile à l’agréable
    J’adore ton idée concernant le vaccin anti-grippal! J’ai récemment eu une suggestion pour les vaccins de voyage également. J’en prends bonne note pour une prochaine chronique!

    Bravo! L’arbre décisionnel est vraiment très drôle (je l’envoie à mes collègues). On en redemande!

    Merci beaucoup Alain! Demandez et vous recevrez. 😉

    Si je puis me permettre, je trouve que ♫♪♫ douleurs musculaires intenses ♪♫♪ est une douce métaphore…
    Tu aurais dû écrire que la grippe donne mal à des endroits de ton corps que tu savais même pas qu’ils existaient. Et qu’on continue à avoir mal longtemps. Et qu’on est fatigué pendant un mois, en plus (je l’ai eu pour la première fois à 30 ans et je me suis même pas mise en arrêt de travail… mais bon, je suis phobique sociale et consulter le médecin, remplir le formulaire de mise en arrêt, mettre mon employeur dans la mouise pour chercher une collègue pour me remplacer, c’était trop pour moi… on est névrosé ou on l’est pas…).

    Ayant eu la grippe une seule fois dans ma vie personnellement, je suis 100% d’accord avec toi! Chaque muscle de mon corps était douloureux. Rien à voir avec une douleur musculaire après un effort physique. Vraiment bizarre et plutôt désagréable.

    Bravo pour votre site en général. A propos du rhume, il manque la réponse à la question essentielle: est ce que prendre froid donne le rhume? Ou sortir avec les cheveux mouillés? Ou attraper un chaud et froid en passant du métro à dehors? Ou pire, en marchant pieds nus sur un carrelage froid (il parait que c’est la mort assurée…)

    Tu obtiendras la réponse à ces questions légendaires en répondant au quiz suivant sur les remèdes de grand-mère!

    J’arrive en retard, mais je dois commenter. J’en étais à lire TOUS les billets pour me divertir et m’instruire. Mais la maudite grippe… Je l’ai eue une fois y’a de ça un an et demi. Tsé, quand tu te TRAÎNES pour aller chez vous, que tu penses perdre connaissance dans le métro, que t’as mal au point de te demander si t’as pas confondu le 2 de 27 ans avec un 8 comme dans 87 ans. ÇA. Celle qui fait que t’es fatigué pendant un mois, celle qui fait que tu te réveilles la nuit en ayant peur d’étouffer, celle qui fait que tu fais paniquer ta soeur infirmière qui te menace de te rentrer à l’hôpital si tes 0897348725634324 puffs de Ventolin fonctionnent pas.

    Cré moé, si t’as eu la grippe une fois, tu sais c’est quoi. Tu ne confonds plus JAMAIS avec un p’tit rhume.

    Pis oui, décrissé, c’est le mot (j’aime pas me censurer, j’aime trop mes jurons pour ça).

    C’est bien la grippe en effet. J’ajouterais bien quelque chose mais tu as parfaitement résumé tous les symptômes classiques!

    Je suis abonné alors, j’ai dû l’avoir 3 fois de sûr et peut-être une quatrième, mais j’ai des circonstances atténuantes ayant été imunodéprimé. Généralement je tape entre 40° et 41° et c’est un peu le mode survie pendant trois/quatre jours. Le seuil de la douleur dépend bien évidemment des individus mais je trouve les douleurs musculaires plus (très) dérangeantes (on se sent comme du flanc à 70°) qu’insupportables.
    Sur le contenu de l’article, le graphique est plutôt bien fichu, humoristique, surtout la partie des AB!

    Merci beaucoup Philippe! Je n’ose même pas imaginer ce que peut être une grippe avec un système immunitaire compromis…

    Dis-moi est-ce que l’echynacée peut aider à fortifier notre système immunitaire afin d’aider le corps à mieux se prémunir contre une grippe?

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