Five to 20 percent of the U.S. population get sick every year with the flu.* Fortunately, you have a great care option for when you are ill — Teladoc. Our licensed doctors can diagnose and treat the flu anytime, anywhere. Test your cold and flu knowledge here. And to stay prepared, visit our 2018 Flu HQ for tips and tools to help keep yourself and your family healthy this season.

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Teladoc treats a wide variety of non-emergency conditions, including colds, flu, upper respiratory illnesses and more. When you get a minute, just log in to your account and update (or set up) your confidential profile — including your list of medications — so you’ll be ready if you need to reach out to us this season. Be sure to download the app now to take a Teladoc doctor with you everywhere you go this flu season.

For tips and tools to help keep yourself and your family healthy this season:

Visit the flu HQ

 

*www.cdcfoundation.org/businesspulse/flu-prevention-infographic

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