How To Prevent Influenza?

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According to WebMD, “In the past 30 years, the annual death rate from flu-related causes has ranged from 3,000 to 49,000 deaths per year” (Information about Influenza). In 1743, Influenza received it’s name by doctors in Europe because they believed that diseases, viruses, and epidemics were influenced by the stars. Be aware because you need to know how it’s transmitted, symptoms, and also treatments to prevent Influenza.
Influenza is a very contagious virus that attacks the respiratory system of anyone's body. There are three different types of the Influenza, A, B, C. Type A and B is the illness that occurs in the winter, type C differs from A and B, it’s a delicate attack, or nothing at all. The flu can easily be transmitted by coughing, sneezing, also by contact. Doctors will recommend to rest and stay at home, consume plenty of liquids, and importantly trying to avoid contact with anyone. The influenza “virus mutates rapidly as it moves from species to species” (Influenza, flu). This virus causes many symptoms like sore throat, headaches, muscle aches, often extreme fatigues, and also high temperatures. Nausea and vomiting are basic symptoms for young people.
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Nowadays there are vaccinations that were invented in 1933 when scientist just found out that influenza was a virus. Some patients receive a prescription medication from their doctor, the medication is an “antiviral drug” (Information about Influenza). Also when diagnosed with the flu, medications won't cure the virus but will lessen the symptoms and durability of Influenza. So there really “[isn’t] a cure for this severe virus” (Key Facts about Influenza). Vaccines are recommended by a lot of doctors because in today’s schools and jobs, they are
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