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They expand the indications of the vaccine against the disease and increases suspicion. The most active period of the influenza virus is about to begin, and health authorities insist on the importance of vaccinating because there was a high rate of mortality, mainly in children in the past three seasons.This year, the Centers for Control and prevention of diseases of United States (CDC) received at least 83 reports of deaths related to the flu in children during the 2007-08 season. 76 Minors, and 46 in 2005-06 were killed during the previous season. That is why reinforced indications this year to include children from 5 to 18 years. It is estimated that each year more than 200,000 people are hospitalized in the United States due to complications of influenza and 36,000 of these die, often in high risk groups such as older adults and people with chronic health problems. How to prevent it? -Vaccinate you.-taking vitamins D, C and a.-cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing and discard it immediately.-Lava your hands frequently with water and SOAP.-Ten to hand disinfectants for hand (hand sanitizer) containing more than 60% ethyl alcohol-avoiding close contact with sick people.-avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth so I spreads the virus. If you give – doctor visit and then stay at home.

Follow their indications, rests, take plenty of fluids and eat well.-avoid contact with other people.-it is possible that the doctor prescribe you antiviral drugs-considers natural remedies to alleviate the symptoms, instead of synthetic products with unpredictable side effects. This is especially important for pregnant women and young children. e conclusion. Influenza symptoms resemble a monga, can include nasal congestion, sore throat, fever, chills, cough, headache, pain in the joints, and a marked weakness or fatigue and muscle. The disease is particularly dangerous in people with respiratory, lung problems or heart.