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Flu-Like Symptoms & Allergies

by Melody Hughes

Sinus and Ear Infections
Individuals with chronic allergies may experience recurrent ear and sinus infections. The flu may also cause an ear infection to occur.

Coughing and Wheezing
Allergies often cause sufferers to cough and wheeze when they are exposed to allergens. The flu may also cause respiratory problems, such as coughing or pneumonia.
Allergies may cause repeated sneezing in response to allergens. This is not a common symptom of the flu.

Runny nose
A runny nose may occur with both allergies and the flu.

Watery Eyes
Allergies also may cause watery or itchy eyes. This is not a common symptom of the flu.

The flu will produce a high fever over 102, whereas allergies do not cause a high fever.

Body Aches and Weakness
The flu will also cause body aches and extreme weakness. Allergies will not cause body aches or weakness to occur.

Source: KING.NET


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This is a sample message that I used for terminated employees, unless HR staff specified a different message.
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