Flu, Cold and COVID-19 Podcast
Around 5% to 20% of people in the US get flu each year, and about 200,000 of them are hospitalized due to complications from the illness. Although flu-related illnesses cause between 8,000 to 20,000 deaths annually, many people fail to take simple precautions that can avoid catching the disease.
When combined with about 1 billion illnesses every year due to colds, and the continued concerns about COVID-19, there are a lot of questions about how to prevent, diagnose and recover from illnesses during the 2022-2023 flu season.
This unique podcast miniseries is a step-by-step audio guide to help explain the differences between colds, flu and COVID-19, and it provides listeners with trustworthy information and resources to make good decisions.
This series covers:
- What are the differences between cold, flu and COVID-19?
- What are symptoms and risk factors?
- How does COVID compare to the flu?
- How is each diagnosed?
- How can I protect myself?
- How can a vaccine help protect others?
- Why should I get the flu vaccine every year?
- Can I get flu and COVID vaccines at the same time?
- What do I do if I get sick?
- And more...