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5 Telltale Signs You have the Flu
Flu signs

Think you have the flu or influenza? For some people It can be difficult to tell if it is indeed influenza and not the common cold. Knowing how to identify flu symptoms is crucial in the early treatment and prevention of unwanted flu complications.


Individual symptoms vary, but most people infected with the flu virus often have similar complaints. Keep in mind that these signs of influenza are not meant to replace professional advice and it's best to consult your GP if concerned. ...

Cold and Flu in Asthma – Don’t risk it!
Cold and Flu - Illustration of a asthma inhaler

The flu or influenza is a viral infection that targets the lungs, throat and the nose. Unlike asthma attacks, the influenza virus gets passed on whenever you cough, sneeze or when you make hand contact. But did you know that cold and flu in asthma can be considered as triggers?


In fact, those who have asthma may experience more severe complications even if it's mild and even when they're taking medication. Some of these complications may include: ...

Differences between Pandemic influenza, seasonal flu and Avian Influenza
Pandemic influenza
Pandemic influenza, Seasonal Flu Outbreaks, Avian Influenza?

Seasonal influenza pertains to periodic outbreaks caused by several types of flu viruses strain particular to a geographic area. In Australia, the flu season reaches its peak during winter. Varying seasons entail unique vaccine formulations to effectively protect humans against virus strains. This means keeping up with mutating influenza viruses that are likely to be in circulation, each and every year through extensive research and flu vaccine development. ...

Understanding Flu
Flu symptoms like Dry cough, chills, Fever, Runny nose, headache and muscle aches
What Is Flu?


Influenza, aka the flu, is an airway infection that's very contagious. During winter season, influenza makes up the majority of diseases.


Immunisation – A Better Understanding towards Better Health
Understanding Immunisation

How does immunisation Work?

Each and every day we come in contact with millions of germs, viruses and bacteria.


What will the 2018 Southern Hemisphere Flu Vaccine include?

Canberra. October 11, 2017

The Australian Influenza Vaccine Committee (AIVC) congregated at the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for the purpose of recommending influenza viruses to be used in the composition of the 2018 flu vaccine. The meeting involved review and evaluation of: ...

Flu Vaccine – Frequent Asked Questions

Corporate Care is passionate about protecting everyone’s health by minimising the spread of disease. Our Flu Vaccine FAQ aims to provide all-important information and increase awareness.

Here’s to a better understanding of flu vaccinations: ...

8 Myths About the Flu and the Flu Vaccine

Think about the time when you were terribly, terribly sick. You didn’t want to get up for anything except to pee (just), all the while wishing it will go away.

Flu or influenza is exactly like that. I tell you, you’ll have to spend days recovering apart from the “ill” effects that follow.

The fever, headaches, aching muscles, coughs and sniffles made you say things that were normally reserved for traffic jams, or your ex. ...

Why Pregnant Women should get a Flu Shot
Why Pregnant Women should get the Flu shot

Because the flu or influenza is a serious illness and your baby is at risk! Influenza, otherwise known as flu, is an infectious disease that could cause severe complications to pregnant women. Whether you have a healthy or a risky pregnancy, contracting influenza during this time might have detrimental health implications. Possible complications include premature labour, miscarriage and the need for an urgent caesarean delivery. ...

4 Reasons why you should get the flu shot in 2019
4 Reasons why you should get the flu shot in 2019


The flu can be serious.

An average of 3,500 Australians die from influenza each year, 18,000 get hospitalised and around 300,000 pay a visit to their GP (Influenza Specialist Group). Some people are at greater risk than others. If you feel like you have flu-like symptoms you need to be aware that you can spread the virus to other vulnerable people. The people who are at greatest risk include children, the elderly, pregnant women and immunocompromised individuals. ...

Flu – Causes, Symptoms and Prevention


There are three major viruses of influenza that affect human beings, influenza A (Swine flu or H1N1 and H3N2), B, and C. The first two viruses, A and B, are very dangerous and normally result in very severe diseases. For that reason, these types of influenza viruses are targeted by annual flu vaccination programs. There are a number of ways in which influenza can be transmitted from one person to another. Some of the common ways include sneezing, by air through coughing, and contact with the virus directly through people’s hands and hard surfaces. The flu can be very dangerous and can cause complications such as pneumonia and chest infections for young children and elderly people. ...

Why did I get the flu after receiving the flu shot?
So, Why did I get the Flu after receiving the flu shot?

It’s not uncommon to hear of flu shot recipients coming down with symptoms immediately after receiving their flu vaccine or influenza shot, and you yourself may even have become ill after your last flu vaccination shot. While the flu shot is a life-saving barrier against the worst effects of influenza, it is far from an all-round guard against respiratory illness. It is entirely possible to get sick after a flu shot, for a number of reasons. ...