Could you explain "stomach flu" vis a vis "other flu? (Add accents as required).
I don't got no school (as you can tell from my lousy grammar) and I don't got no workplace (as you can tell by my penurious circumstances) but I do got a town and, no, we don't got no stomach flu round here.
Not that I know of, but there is a regular flu going around. My teacher was out sick yesterday and a couple people I know are too. So I really hope I don't get it...
Not at the moment. I'm on school holidays anyway.
Hospitals and doctors are still warning us about the Norovirus.
Of course it's always popular where I work. I work in the hospital. And there's always a stomach bug going around it seems.
Yes already the second time this year people are going home sick. One of my classmates named Oscar went home yesterday (not for stomach flu reasons) because he had a serious asthma attack and he coughed really hard and then threw up a few times (in the bathroom thankfully)!!! So yeah my mom got it, and now the kids she takes care of every single day got sick. Seems like getting sick is normal in my family.
I'm afraid there really is no such thing as a "stomach Flu" From the Wiki
Nausea and vomiting occur more commonly in the unrelated infection gastroenteritis, which is sometimes inaccurately referred to as "stomach flu" or "24-hour flu".