Does the flu make you not hungry
A lack of appetite and fatigue, or being not hungry and tired, are both common symptoms associated with having the flu. Sipping some warm broth can help get nutrients into you, settle your stomach, and make breathing easier. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/does-the-flu-make-you-not-hungry ]
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- Does the flu make you not hungry
- A lack of appetite and fatigue, or being not hungry and tired, are both common symptoms associated with having the flu. Sipping some warm broth can help get nutrients into you, settle your stomach, and make breathing easier.
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