Here comes flu season, and keeping your co-workers' germs away involves more than a quick squirt of hand sanitizer. There's an art to killing viruses, and it requires more patience than we've had so far.
The flu has been bad this season, but sometimes we forget that it can hit our pets. Contagious dog flu has been confirmed in the Treasure Valley. Here's what you need to know to keep your four legged friend safe and well.
One minute she was doing her homework and playing, and within an hour or two she was complaining of being cold and achy, so I took her temperature. It was 104.4! What happened next taught me something.
The flu is hitting humans hard right now, and our dogs are not immune. I think my dog, Libby, has come down with something so I've come up with some signs we can all watch for. Canine Influenza is highly contagious!
It doesn't take long for the flu to work its way through the house or the office and knock people out, but if we eat certain foods we'll say healthy and and win the battle. Citrus and berries are good, and dark chocolate will give us a boost too.