Flu (or influenza) is a viral infection that can pass through direct contact (ex: touching an infected person) and indirect contact (ex: touching sometime that an infected person previously touched) .
HOW TO ADDRESS INFLUENZA?
The first step to addressing an influenza outbreak is to start giving vaccinations. Vaccinations are known to prevent influenza from invading your body. The next thing is to treat the people affected with influenza. The last step is to prevent influenza by washing your hands, spraying disinfectant spays often, and wear protective gear when necessary.
Regular check of the cholesterol level, blood pressure and blood glucose level.
Explanation: Heart disease also known as cardiovascular disease refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain (angina) or stroke. Other heart conditions, such as those that affect your heart's muscle, valves or rhythm, also are considered forms of heart disease.
The risk factors of heart disease are:
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure.
Other risk factors are smoking, obesity, physical inactivity.
1 having service dogs
2 product at a store
3 try to go to hospital
Hospitals, the internet, doctors, and machines to help see your soft tissue.
one is getting your cholesterol checked one is a doppler test to see if any blocked arteries and a ekg cirt any heart irregular rhythms
one of the tools is about sensitization of the public about the signs and symptoms of heart disease
2. Test should be carried out to ascertain the disease so as to manage it very well
3. diet (eating a heathy foods always)
The first one is having a service dogs. service dogs are professional helpers to people with disabilities. dogs can help saves life and even call 911 thru the phone!
The second is buying a product at a store. if you not sure about the product ask a doctor first to see if the product gonna work
Last is simple,Try to go to the hospital. hospital saves millions of lives and can give worth of money but worth it.
Get vaccinated for influenza (flu) and promote vaccinations. Getting vaccinated can lower the chances of you developing the flu. Promoting vaccinations will prevent the flu from spreading to uninfected people.
Start washing your hands and using disinfectant sprays and wipes. Disinfecting things such as door knobs and washing your hands frequently and prevent you contracting the flu though indirect contact.
Lastly, start treating the infected people. There is no direct cure for the flu, but you can start taking medicines that will slowly get rid of the flu.