Flu Prevention: 87% less influenza infections with green tea gargle used in a geriatric nursing home
Using a tea gargle three times a day
Cold and influenza viruses: Research showing multiple ways to protect against both cold and influenza viral attacks
The flu and smoking: Does smoking make influenza worse?
What is swine flu?: More about the 2009 pandemic
Symptoms of swine flu: How are they different from seasonal influenza? What are the emergency signs?
Swine flu virus adhesion: Preventing viruses from attaching to your cells, an important first-line defense
Swine flu protection and washing your hands: What’s the best way to wash your hands for infection protection?
Vaccine effectiveness: Improvements in influenza vaccine effectiveness with theanine, a rare amino acid from green tea
Is feed a cold true?: Research suggests that there may be some truth to the old saying “feed a cold, starve a fever”
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