Flu vs. COVID-19: What We Can Expect for the 2022-23 Flu Season
For many years, flu season went as expected. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended annual flu vaccines, particularly for elderly people and others with a higher risk of flu complications. Fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and muscle aches were typical signs of the flu—and then COVID-19 entered the picture. The start of fall brings the start of another flu season. With the… Read More
Omicron: Everything You Need to Know
As we continue to navigate year 3 of the pandemic, Omicron cases persist and are highly transmissible. With all the literature that’s been published, it may be confusing to keep track of all the information regarding Omicron cases, symptoms, and treatments. At MD Now, we’re here to provide the details you need about this phase of the pandemic. What Are the Facts About Omicron? This variant is highly mutated,… Read More
Co-infections: What are They?
As if worrying about COVID-19 wasn’t bad enough, now we have “Flurona” on the table. More areas are relaxing pandemic restrictions as we continue to navigate this flu season. This makes the chances of COVID-19 flu co-infections more likely. Knowing the symptoms and treatment options for co-infections during COVID-19 can help prepare you in case you or your loved ones happen to fall ill. Important… Read More
I Have COVID-19: Now What?
You’ve worn masks. You’ve avoided dangerous scenarios, such as large gatherings or needless travel. You’ve gotten vaccinated and boosted. Now, despite everything, you have COVID-19. What’s next? First of all, don’t be too hard on yourself. Infection may happen at some point, regardless of what precautions we take, especially with the extremely transmissible nature of the Omicron variant. If you’re… Read More
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