COVID-19 is an evolving pandemic that affects people of all ages. As we continue to learn about how COVID-19 affects the body, it is clear that people with existing heart conditions are at a heightened risk for serious illness.
It's flu season! 2018's flu season has arrived like a lion on the prey. Flu cases are up 66% this year. This is serious, and serious steps must be taken to avoid the harmful effects of the flu, including death.
The Washington Post recently published an article details about the unique features of this year's flu. You can read more about this year's flu here. The article explains: "The flu activity indicators are notable for the sheer volume and intensity of flu that is taking place in most of the country at the same time."
Here are some tips to help you avoid getting the flu.
Dr. Corrielus at Corrielus Cardiology would like to remind you to take steps to avoid getting the nasty flu this winter. Call our office today to discover other ways you can maintain a healthy heart and life.
Posted on behalf of Corrielus Cardiology
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