As you read this, the US is under the grip of a new epidemic of flu.
And while flu can be scary, it’s not the end of the world.
Here’s what you need to know.1.
Flu is NOT over yet!
Flu is not over yet.
You can still feel it in the air, and you may still be contagious.
There is still a flu pandemic underway in the U.S., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns people to be on the lookout for the flu symptoms of their friends and family, as well as their healthcare provider.
But the real problem with flu, according to experts, is not the flu, but the fear of it.
The flu is not just a physical, bacterial infection.
It’s also a mental one, and flu can also be caused by environmental factors like COVID-19, the coronavirus that killed an estimated 26 million people in the United States last year.
And as many as 25 million people may have been exposed to COVID, the CDC says.
That’s why flu can feel so scary.
It feels like you are walking into a trap.
You may not know what is going on inside you, and your body may not be able to adapt to it.
So even though the flu is over, many of us still have to face it every day.
In the past, it was easy to get over the fear, says Dr. Jennifer Reiss, a medical epidemiologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and co-author of Flu Symptoms and Chronic Illness: Understanding the Challenges and Challenges of the Flu in the 21st Century.
It was much easier for us to feel better and have a sense of normalcy.
Now, there is a new generation of Americans who are having flu symptoms that are very different than the ones we had.2.
You Can’t Really Stop Flu: It’s All About You.
When you start feeling sick, your immune system will attack the virus and try to keep it from spreading.
So it is up to you to make sure you are doing what you can to stop the flu before it spreads.
You need to take steps to help keep the virus from getting in your blood.
You should be getting regular vaccines to prevent your body from rejecting the virus.
And you need some extra vigilance in public places.3.
There Are Many Reasons to Stay Safe: It is important to stay well-hydrated and stay away from hot surfaces.
This includes hot tubs, shower heads, and other hot tub or shower surfaces.
And stay away to far away places like parks and stadiums.
It is also important to avoid close contact with others, such as close friends and relatives, because the flu can cause respiratory symptoms, which can make people feel sick and can make it hard to talk.
You also need to be vigilant about staying in your homes, including where you are working and at school.4.
If You’re Unaware, Flu Will Still Happen: Flu is spread primarily through respiratory droplets and airborne particles that have been living on people’s bodies for a long time.
This means the flu virus will continue to live on people for decades.
And that’s why it is important for you to keep your personal health information up to date.
If you are unaware, you are also at risk for getting flu.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, for example, recently announced that flu vaccines are now available in the form of an EpiPen.
And it is also a good idea to call your healthcare provider if you are concerned about your flu symptoms.5.
You Need to Know All About Your Co-worker: Many healthcare workers will be at home when you start having flu, and if they aren’t there, you need the help of a healthcare professional to keep you and your co-workers well.
If they don’t know you have the flu they may think you are sick, and they may not have the knowledge or resources to help you, so make sure to ask for help.
If your co, your mother, your girlfriend, or anyone close to you has a flu bug, make sure they take it to a doctor, or get an Epinephrine auto-injector (which can be purchased online).
If you have family members with the flu or your family has contracted the flu from someone else, they may also need help.6.
You Are More Likely to Get Flu if You Are Female: It can take several days for symptoms to appear.
This is why women are more likely to have flu.
If symptoms start before symptoms start, they can be much more severe, according the CDC.
This can lead to hospitalization and even death.7.
You Don’t Need to Be Patient: While flu can hurt, it is not something that needs to be taken lightly.
So the best