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Removal of Nasal Adhesions - What to Think About

This procedure is more likely to succeed if you follow your doctor's instructions for postsurgery care.

A doctor needs special training to use a laser.

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Colds and Flu at Work

Each year, between 5% and 20% of Americans get the flu and miss a staggering 70 million work days as a result. The indirect costs? Between $3 billion to $12 billion a year. Both the flu shot and the nasal flu vaccine work really well to keep you from getting ill. But they aren’t 100% effective. You can still get sick even if you get vaccinated, although it's usually less severe and goes away more quickly. Try these five tips to lower your risk of sharing cold and flu viruses at work. 1. Call...

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    Last Updated: November 14, 2014
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