Influenza A and B are the most common types of flu in humans. Here, learn about the differences between influenza A and B, including their symptoms and treatments.
The common cold usually has distinct stages. Knowing these stages can help a person recognize when they may have caught a cold. Read this article to learn more.
New research in mice suggests that dietary choices can influence the body’s ability to fight off infection in general and the influenza virus in particular.
There are many different types of coughs, and it can be hard to know what each one means. Learn more about the different types, their causes, and how to get better.
Toddlers can catch the flu, just like other people, and it can be hard to know when to seek help. Learn more about flu signs and symptoms in toddlers and treatments available.
A rash is not a common symptom of the flu, but it can sometimes occur. Learn more about a flu rash and other possible causes of a rash here.
The flu shot cannot give a person the flu because it does not contain active viruses. In this article, learn about how the vaccine works and why a person may feel sick after a flu shot.
A phase I clinical trial may represent the first step toward finding a universal vaccine that could prevent several influenza viruses.
Influenza B is one type of influenza virus that can cause the flu. It typically causes milder flu symptoms than influenza A and affects children more often than adults. Learn more here.
Influenza A is a common type of the flu virus. Here, we discuss its symptoms and how to treat and prevent this highly contagious virus.