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Flu Season Lifesavers by Meagan

by Meagan, posted to Health & Fitness

Worried that every sniffle signals weeks of suffering? Check out these products that will help you get through flu season - either well, or as comfortable as possible.

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SimpleHuman Sensor Hand Soap Pump

Automatic Hand Soap Dispenser

I'm no germaphobe, but something about touching a moist, slimy soap dispenser has always given me the willies. This sleek dispenser delivers a dollop of hand soap automatically without having to touch a thing.

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Oscillococcinum 30 Dose - 30 - Pellet

Oscillococcinum 30 DoseTo reduce the duration and severity of flu-like...more

Like all homeopathics, I don't understand how this works, BUT SO HELP ME IT WORKS. Use at first sign of flu symptoms for relief and less suffering.

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Emergen-C Electro Mix Lemon-Lime packet, 30 pk per Box

Emergen-C Calorie-Free ElectroMix -- Lemon Lime -- 30 PacketsEmergen-C...more

Vitamin C is known to boost immunity, and this Emergen-C mix not only delivers the vitamins but also replaces electrolytes lost from stomach illness or a lot of mouth-breathing. I like to drink it mixed in hot water, like a sort of Sprite-y tea.

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Vicks Warm Mist Humidifier with Auto Shut-Off

Vicks Pure Warm Mist Humidifier for Relief of Cold & Flu Symptoms. ...more

No matter who's sick in my house - my two -year-old, my thirteen-year-old, or myself - the first thing I do is break out a warm mist humidifier. It makes the air so much gentler on sore noses and throats, and seems to reduce coughing, too.

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Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey Season 1 [Blu-ray]

A star-studded cast (Dame Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth...more

Downtown Abbey again? Of course. If you've succumbed to the flu you're going to be stuck in bed for several days, and that means you'll need hours of entertainment. What better way to pass the time than catching up on everyone's favorite period British drama-slash-soap-opera?

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