What foods can I eat when I have the flu?
FLU, FEVER, VOMITING, DIARRHEA:
If your symptoms include fever and/or vomiting, contact your doctor. The strains of flu this season can be life-threatening.
If you are vomiting, don't eat or drink for up to 1 hour after the latest instance. Then try 2 ounces of...
What foods can I eat when I have a cold?
COLDS, UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS:
Drink plenty of hot liquids. Water, tea, fruit juice, fruit drinks, warm gelatin or broth-based soups. Hot liquids help thin mucous secretions and drain mucous secretions faster. Cold liquids like iced carbonated beverages slow the draining of mucous secretions. Chicken noodle...
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