One of the most common side effects of the flu is the flu-like symptoms known as flu-related pneumonia.
But if you’re not sick, you don’t need to worry.
This article shows you how to avoid these symptoms and other common flu- related complications, including the flu itself, and how to treat it.
The flu isn’t really a cold, but it can be dangerous if you don´t get enough protection against it.
So if you think you might be feeling flu-induced symptoms, it is important to seek medical advice.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have published a joint statement, The Flu: Facts and Myths, on what to do when you are feeling flu related symptoms.
You can read it below, or by clicking the button below: What to do if you are experiencing flu-associated symptoms: What is flu-Related Pneumonia?
The most common flu virus in the U, influenza, has a respiratory pathogen called coronavirus.
This virus causes severe pneumonia, which is the most severe form of pneumonia.
This includes the respiratory illness known as pneumonia.
The respiratory illness can cause pneumonia and other respiratory symptoms, such as cough, fever, and muscle pain.
Some flu viruses cause more serious pneumonia.
Flu-related pneumonias can cause: Fever (Fever syndrome)