Harvard Doctors Reveal

the best steps to keep colds and the flu away

This year, end the fights with colds and flu!

No one tries to “catch” a cold. Colds and flu catch us. This Harvard Medical School Guide will make you hard to catch! You’ll learn how to bolster your defenses… keep trouble-causing viruses at bay…boost your immune system… and relieve symptoms.

Colds and flu are not inevitable. They are avoidable!

Cold and flu germs ambush us. They are unseen on surfaces or in the air.  It’s not until you get the sniffles or sore throat that you know they’ve found you. 

This timely guide will help you keep your distance and build your resistance. You’ll find practical tips to reduce your exposure to germs and you’ll discover proactive measures that will help you and your family stay cold-and-flu-free.

You’ll be reading recommendations prepared by the doctors at Harvard Medical School for this cold-and-flu season. Cold and Flu is filled with clear, instructive guidance that will give you the upper hand.  You’ll learn…

… the most effective strategies to win the “cold” wars. The guide will brief you on steps to shield yourself from cold viruses and optimal ways to strengthen your body’s cold-defense mechanisms.  You’ll find tips for reducing your child’s risk of catching a cold and special considerations for older adults.

…six ways to stop flu from getting to you. You don’t want to fool with the flu. Each year more than 200,000 Americans are hospitalized because of it.   But which flu vaccine is right for you?   Should you take an antiviral medication?  What else can you do to prevent the flu?   The guide will tell you.

…plus eight smart steps to get you back on your feet! You can’t cure a cold, but you can curtail the misery. You’ll find the one thing to look for when selecting a cold or flu medication…simple ways to ease congestion… the surprising supplement shown to end cold symptoms sooner…and more! 

Cold and Flu
Four Doctors

Just Published!  The 2017 edition! In Cold and Flu you’ll find…

  • the number one way that cold and flu germs are spread.
  • two new flu vaccines designed for men and women over 65
  • The one OTC pain reliever that could be dangerous to a child.
  • what to do if a flu epidemic threatens to strike this year.
  • how Tamiflu and Relenza perform as flu prevention medications