Cold and flu season is about to collide with the COVID pandemic. Doctors say these tools can help keep your family safe and healthy.
The flu shot works by introducing your body to antigens, which helps your immune system produce antibodies that allow your body to fight infection.
The flu shot is given with a needle in your arm, while the nasal spray vaccine is misted into your nose. But the differences don’t end there.
Children over the age of six months can get the flu shot, but you need to wait until your child is at least 2 years old to get the nasal spray.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War isn’t even out yet and it already has a cheating problem. The Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War beta kicked off earlier this month, allowing players to get an early preview of the upcoming game. Recently, the beta phase opened up to gamers across all platforms, whether they’ve pre-ordered it or not. Unfortunately, it’s also invited a wave of cheaters. Beta players have been posting footage of cheating players all across social media. On Reddit, user 1mp3n posted footage of a cheater in his lobby shredding everybody with a blatantly obvious aimbot. 1mp3n also said the cheater’s name appears to be an advertisement for a place to get hacks. Cheaters are a ubiquitous problem in any free or low cost game because the consequences are non-existent. it remains to be seen if the company can get a hold of the problem plaguing one of gaming’s most venerated franchises
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Sponges carry a number of germs. Some of the best methods of disinfection are using a microwave or putting the sponge in the dishwasher.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War isn’t even out yet and it already has a cheating problem.
The common cold will last 7-10 days but if you stay hydrated, get the right vitamins and minerals, and catch enough sleep you may recover sooner.
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