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How to avoid catching Coronavirus, flu, or colds on an airplane
Spring break is just around the corner and if you’re thinking of flying, here’s some sobering news: 1 in 5 people who travel on planes will suffer from a cold or flu after the flight. That’s because they are in an enclosed area where some germs can remain for up to seven days. You think those cruise ships had it bad? Think again…
How to tell if it’s a cold, flu, or the new Coronavirus
The Coronavirus is now a “global emergency” with 23 countries confirming cases. And yes, the U.S. is on that list with 11, including a person-to-person transmission. The threat level is raised, so many people are asking… Is this fever, cough or scratchy throat a cold, the flu or worse?
Is it a chest cold or bronchitis and is pneumonia far behind?
What many people write off as just a “chest cold” is actually an inflammation of the lungs called bronchitis. Here’s how to know if you’ve got it, and how to treat it, keep yourself comfortable, and make sure it doesn’t become a more serious illness…