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If you’ve got winter vomiting bug, stay at home: Health officials warn patients NOT to visit their GP or hospital as norovirus spreads through wards

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Patients with the winter vomiting bug are being urged to stay at home as it already rife in some hospitals.

 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2823999/If-ve-got-winter-vomiting-bug-stay-home-Health-officials-warn-patients-NOT-visit-GP-hospital-norovirus-spreads-wards.html

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5 thoughts on “If you’ve got winter vomiting bug, stay at home: Health officials warn patients NOT to visit their GP or hospital as norovirus spreads through wards

    • I already had my share on this bug and it’s awful. Glad that is now gone!

      • Juicing celery with a lemon and apple, is a natural way to boost your electrolytes, instead of sugar filler sport drinks. But, hopefully you won’t have to use that info!!

      • Thank you, Amanda! Juicing celery with a lemon and apple is a wonderful way of replenishing electrolytes. Actually in “situations” like this is very important to drink plenty of liquids! I couldn’t really eat or drink anything that would have a strong flavor, but I always try to listen to my body…and it was “asking” me for water with drops of lemon, so that was what I had for days!

      • I’m so glad you listened to your body, that’s huge. I haven’t been sick in a long time, but what you described sounds vicious! I’ll be adding lots of super foods to my green smoothies now, that’s for sure.

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