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Rest, fluids, medications and eating or avoiding certain foods are treatments for the stomach flu, states Healthline. There is no cure for stomach flu, but these remedies provide relief from the accompanying symptoms. More »

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There is no specific treatment for stomach flu as it relies on personal care to get better, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Children suffering from this condition are usually advised to take more fluids as they experience high... More »

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Someone who has the stomach flu should initially be given only clear liquids and no food and then gradually progress to easy-to-digest foods that are soft and bland. While recovering from the stomach flu, there are als... More »

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