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Tips for Cold and Flu Prevention
Nov 9th 2018

Tips for Cold and Flu Prevention

Getting sick is a fact of life in the fall and winter months. It’s colder and less humid, and people tend to stay indoors and close to people and contaminated surfaces, which are ideal conditions for viruses to spread. Between 5 and 20 percent of Americans catch the flu annually. This number increases when people come down with a cold or the flu and show up to work anyway—even before they show … read more
What You Need to Know About MERS
Jun 17th 2015

What You Need to Know About MERS

What is MERS? The acronym stands for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome also known as Camel Flu. You may also see the abbreviation MERS-CoV referring to MERS Coronavirus (the virus itself). The virus is zoonotic, spreading between camels and humans directly and indirectly. The virus spreads through an infected person's respiratory secretions, such as through coughing. 150 people have … read more