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What’s Your Flu IQ?

Do you know your facts when it comes to the flu? It's time to put your knowledge to the test! Take these 12 quiz questions and discover your true flu IQ!
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True or false: Influenza and the “stomach flu” are one in the same.
True
False

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True or false: The flu is spread through coughing and/or sneezing.
True
False

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True or false: Getting the flu vaccine can give you the flu.
True
False

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Which of the following symptoms is only rarely associated with a cold?
Stuffy nose
Sore throat
Fever

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Who should see the doctor if they suspect the flu?
Everyone should, better safe than sorry.
The elderly and pregnant women.
It depends on your age and other illnesses.

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Are colds and flu both viral illnesses?
Yes
No
Sometimes

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When should a person start taking an antiviral medication like Tamiflu?
Within 48 hours of first flu symptoms
When someone close is diagnosed with the flu
Both of these

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True or false: There's no treatment for the flu.
True
False

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True or false: You should get vaccinated against the flu every year.
True
False

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What are the most common side effects of antiviral medications?
Headache and fever
Nausea and vomiting
Trouble sleeping

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When is it safe to go back to work or school after having the flu?
After you've been fever free for 48 hours
After you've been fever free for 24 hours
After one week of being fever free

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How far can a person with the flu spread their germs?
Up to 1 foot
Up to 6 feet
Up to 2 feet

C+, Flu IQ Average

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Based on the results of this quiz, you have an average IQ when it comes to the flu! You know the basics, but you're not exactly well versed on the intricacies of this illness. Worry not, with a little time, you'll learn everything you need to know. Stay healthy!

B+, Flu IQ Above Average

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Based on the results of this quiz, you have an above average flu IQ! You know way more about the flu virus than most. From treatments and medications, to guidelines for staying home, you're just about as flu savvy as they come!

A+, Flu IQ Genius

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a total flu IQ genius! It's obvious that you're clued in to the flu and are knowledgable about how to protect yourself and others. You know the facts on the flu, and that's half the battle. Go ahead and brag a little, you're flu ridden friends won't mind!
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1
True or false: Influenza and the “stomach flu” are one in the same.
True
False
2
True or false: The flu is spread through coughing and/or sneezing.
True
False
3
True or false: Getting the flu vaccine can give you the flu.
True
False
4
Which of the following symptoms is only rarely associated with a cold?
Stuffy nose
Sore throat
Fever
5
Who should see the doctor if they suspect the flu?
Everyone should, better safe than sorry.
The elderly and pregnant women.
It depends on your age and other illnesses.
6
Are colds and flu both viral illnesses?
Yes
No
Sometimes
7
When should a person start taking an antiviral medication like Tamiflu?
Within 48 hours of first flu symptoms
When someone close is diagnosed with the flu
Both of these
8
True or false: There's no treatment for the flu.
True
False
9
True or false: You should get vaccinated against the flu every year.
True
False
10
What are the most common side effects of antiviral medications?
Headache and fever
Nausea and vomiting
Trouble sleeping
11
When is it safe to go back to work or school after having the flu?
After you've been fever free for 48 hours
After you've been fever free for 24 hours
After one week of being fever free
12
How far can a person with the flu spread their germs?
Up to 1 foot
Up to 6 feet
Up to 2 feet

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