COVID-19 is our main concern these days, but the flu season isn’t over yet. I thought it would be helpful to share some reminders of what that can mean, especially for older people.
Chicken soup is the ultimate comfort food and many people swear that it also has healing qualities. Since it’s flu season in Maine, let’s make some chicken soup or if you’re at my house, you’ll get chicken lemon soup. Good for what ails you.
Leaves are falling, temperatures, too. Autumn in Maine heralds the beginning of flu season. Are you planning to get a flu shot?
Did we learn any lessons from last year’s flu season? Why did fewer people choose to get a flu shot? How would you know if you have the flu? We have some answers from one of Maine’s top infectious disease specialists.
If you’re lucky, whether you have a cold or the flu, you’ll recover with no problems. Sometimes, though, the flu can cause serious complications
Public health experts no longer recommend a common nasal spray flu vaccine for children because it’s not effective. If you’re worried that your child hates shots so you’ll skip a flu shot this year, read this.