The Doctors TV Recap January 24 2012


The Doctors January 24, 2012

Cold & Flu Season is in full swing, and here are useful resources and advice to prevent and manage your winter illnesses. Click the links below to discover more information.

The Doctors: Fight The Cold & Flu

Take precautions now so your cold or flu this year is as painless as possible.


The Drs TV: Should Pregnant Women Get The Flu Vaccine?

A CDC spokesperson shared information about the US Bird Flu Risk and preparations that are being made. Find out about the safety and recommendations about pregnant women & the flu vaccine. Also, is it too late to get vaccinated this year? Plus, a new test that can tell your doctor what type of flu you have.

The Drs: BD Veritor Flu Swab Test Review & Type A Vs Type B Flu

The Drs: Nasal Flu Shot

Some of us hate needles and decide not to get the flu shot. But there are three new ways you can avoid the pain and anxiety of that huge needle. Find out if one of them is right for you. Then, learn about common items you touch every day that are spreading germs, and how exercise boosts the effects of your flu vaccine. Also, an easy remedy for your raw nose.


The Drs: Fluzone Intradermal Needle & Lip Balm Raw Nose Treatment

The Drs TV: Kid’s Flu Symptoms

What temperature is cause for calling the doctor when your kid has the flu? Is it OK to swallow phlegm that drains into your throat? And why is your mucus weird and thick? Find out these and other flu answers.

The Drs: Cold Vs Tepid Bath For Fevers | Is Swallowing Phlegm OK?

Can You Use Tap Water in Neti Pots?

The Neti Pot is a great way to keep your sinuses clear, but it’s important to make sure you are using it properly. Learn the big mistake many people make and what you can do to avoid it. Also, learn some natural ways to boost your immunity and keep your body strong through the cold & flu season.

The Doctors: Neti Pot Stuffy Nose Treatment & Tap Water Warning

Therma Robe Review

Check out a variety of products designed for cold & flu sufferers, including an easy to read thermometer, cold compress tissues, a cool mist humidifier, a warming bathrobe, and even a Neti Pot.

The Doctors: Vicks Comfort Flex Thermometer & Kleenex Cool Touch

The Drs: Flu Grapefruit Popsicle Recipe

Here’s an easy way to fight the first symptoms of cold & flu. Get the recipe to make this at home.

The Doctors: Grapefruit Popsicle Recipe For Cold & Flu


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