Symptoms of the flu don't only include a high fever, weak muscles and a sore throat. The ramifications spread to the workplace, schools, family and other segments of people's everyday lives, according to the 2013 Flu Impact Report from Walgreens.
There's nothing quite like walking out the door in the morning and being greeted with a wind gust that feels like below zero on your face. But there are other problems that a Jersey Shore winter brings.
There's this awful flu season that is still going strong throughout New Jersey, and it's a dangerous one, so everyone is trying to avoid it...
We've all heard by now that this is no ordinary flu season. According to msn.com, this years flu season is the earliest to hit since 2003-2004, and in some hospitals across the state, emergency room visits due to the flu like symptoms are nearly double what they were last year.