Home > Medical > Cold and flu infection > Treatment Treatment All sections in Flu » About Flu » Bird flu and SARS » Health Tips » Multimedia » Flu News » Preventing Flu » Spreading the Flu » The 1918 Epidemic » The Flu Virus » Treatment » You and Flu Take care with over-the-counter medication Patients suffering from chronic diseases should think twice about the type of over-the-counter cold and flu medication they choose. Ward off dry nose this winter There are a number of things you can do to keep your nose healthy during winter. Your day-by-day flu guide To help ease your worries, we asked the experts to spell out what day-by-day flu symptoms to expect, how you should treat them, and when to call your doctor. Ask CyberDoc » Test Do you need vitamin C? » Join Body Talk » Quiz Addicted to pills? » No Flu for you 10 foods to boost your immune system Over-the-counter drugs or antibiotics? Many people who have flu are unsure which of these medications to take when. Go the oseltamivir route Down with the flu? While there are many over-the-counter drugs you can try, there's really only one effective solution if you live in SA: oseltamivir, marketed as Tamiflu. Home treatments Self-treatment, staying in bed and natural remedies. Who is most at risk for flu complications? There are certain groups who are at high risk for flu complications. Watch out for these flu complications Both children and adults can develop serious complications when they have flu. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.