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How to Prevent the Flu: Natural Ways, After Exposure, and More

The flu is a respiratory infection that affects many people each year. Anyone can get the virus, which can cause mild to severe symptoms.
Here’s a look at six practical ways to keep yourself safe this flu season.

How to Prevent the Flu: Natural Ways, After Exposure, and More – Stay Healthy

Overview The flu is a respiratory infection that affects many people each year. Anyone can get the virus, which can cause mild to severe symptoms. Symptoms of the flu include fever, body aches, runny nose, coughing, sore throat, and fatigue. These symptoms typically improve in about a week, with some people fully recover

15 Foods That Boost the Immune System – Stay Healthy

Immune system boosters Feeding your body certain foods may help keep your immune system strong. If you're looking for ways to prevent winter colds and the flu, your first step should be a visit to your local grocery store. Plan your meals to include these 15 powerful immune system boosters.

V-4400 Mask – Stay Healthy

The V-4400 is a disposable N95 mask (respirator) that can used to protect the wearer from airborne particles. The mask has a superior micro fine filter technology which has been designed to protect an individual against respirable suspended particulate matter (RSPM) upto 0.3micron. Safely covering the nose and mouth, t

Particle Protection. N95 masks protect against 95% of airborne particles. N99 masks protect against 99% of airborne particles. The efficiency doesn’t refer to the particle size, it refers to the amount of leakage. So the N95 mask has slightly more leakage than the N99 mask. The testing is done with 200 mg of sodium chloride, as described in this CDC publication. The 3M N100 respirator has 99.97% leakage and provides the highest level of protection, virtually leak-proof.

The best protection from airborne illnesses such as those caused by bacteria, influenza virus and other viruses is to avoid contact. The disease is also spread by contact with contaminated objects or body fluids.