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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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According to WebMD, a good diet for overcoming a stomach flu consists of slowly consuming one cup of fluid hourly, a rehydration solution and, for the first day or so, plain food such as rice and toast. However, people s... More »

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Some of the best ways to treat a toddler's flu include getting plenty of rest, staying hydrated by drinking plenty of liquids and using acetaminophen or ibuprofen to lower a fever, according to WebMD. If congestion is an... More »

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Conditions that cause aches and pains throughout the body include fibromyalgia, flu, lyme disease, hypothyroidism and chronic fatigue syndrome, according to Mayo Clinic. Injury, stress, tension and overuse of muscles may... More »

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The symptoms of early-stage hantavirus pulmonary syndrome mimic the flu: vomiting, diarrhea, fever, chills and muscle aches, according to Mayo Clinic. Four to 10 days later, the second more serious stage presents with di... More »

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The first physical signs of HIV are very similar to those of the flu, according to the Mayo Clinic. Symptoms may include fever, headache, fatigue and joint pain, along with diarrhea and a red, nonitchy rash. More »

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