How Cincinnati Public Health Can Help You Stop the Flu This Fall
When it comes to the flu, health experts say Cincinnati Public health needs help.
The city has had two consecutive flu seasons, and the number of cases in the city is at an all-time high.
The state’s highest-profile health crisis is the outbreak in Atlanta, which is now in its third year.
But there are plenty of local residents who are getting sick and who can help.
What’s your health theory?
We have a wide variety of public health approaches.
But one of the things we can learn from one of them is the importance of doing your research.
Here are some things to consider: • Learn about what causes the flu.
Some strains can be spread by direct contact, such as coughing, sneezing or sharing food or drinks.
• If you’re a parent or caregiver, make sure you understand the flu vaccine.
Some parents have been forced to take time off to catch the flu because of it.
• Get tested and get vaccinated if you have been exposed to the virus.
It is not a good idea to skip the flu shot.
But if you are a first-time flu vaccine recipient and you are not well-protected, get vaccinated at least once a month.
• Look for ways to keep your health and wellness in check.
In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 2 million Americans have died from influenza.
There is no easy answer for how to protect yourself against the flu in Cincinnati, but the city has several things to offer.
Read more about the flu and how to help keep your body and mind healthy.
Read more about public health in Cincinnati.