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Anti-Influenza vaccines that contain killed strains of types A and B are currently available at the Doctors, but they only have a 60 to 70 per cent success rate in preventing infection.The vaccine is short lived as any immunity provided doesn't last long.The vaccination must be repeated each year just before the 'flu season' begins.Older people are recommended to have a vaccination and anyone suffering from respiratory or circulatory diseases, espicially if they are living in institutions or old peples homes.
In all but the mildest cases, a person with Flu should rest in a warm bed and a warm well ventilated room.Painkillers should be taken to relieve aches and pains also to reduce fever.Warm fluids soothe a sore throat and inhaling steam has a soothing effect on the lungs.
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