Flu Tips

first_imgIf the symptoms worsen, seek medical attention.REMEMBER YOUR HEALTH IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!Press ReleaseMinistry of Health, Health Promotion Unit Photo credit: knowabouthealth.comJuly 04, 2011 – The Ministry of Health wishes to inform the general Public that the Acute Respiratory Infections (Flu) is still present. Also with the increase presence of visitors on the island, the public is advice to remain vigilant.The Ministry of Health would like you to be alert and protect yourself, family and the public from getting the Flu. The symptoms are:FeverTirednessLack of appetiteCoughingRunning NoseBody ChillsHeadacheGeneralized body painIf you have these symptoms, then you should observe the following.Avoid being in crowded places and in close contact with others. Use clean tissue to cover nose and mouth when coughing or sneezingPlace used tissue in a garbage bin after single useWash your hands with soap and water and/or use hand sanitizer oftenDo not take aspirin for fever HealthLifestyleLocalNews Flu Tips by: – July 4, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet Share 26 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

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Venus Beats Kvitova in Thriller to Make Semis

first_img“I was so fortunate to win that match,” said Williams. “It came down to the wire and I’m hoping we have more matches like that.”She next faces Sloane Stephens, with all-American semi-finals possible.Madison Keys and Coco Vandeweghe will try to join their compatriots in the last four when they play their quarter-finals on Wednesday.“I would love the top four, five to be that [American] again,” added Williams. “That would be huge.”Kvitova, 27, missed out on a first US Open semi-final, ending a remarkable run just nine months since she suffered a knife attack at her home, which left her requiring surgery to her playing hand.“Everything she has gone through is unbelievable,” said Williams.“It’s wonderful to see her back and playing. I was so excited to see her playing well, to be able to play her.”Given primetime billing in the opening night-session slot, the match began with errors from both women and ended in a gripping finale.The pair had met five times before and each time they had needed three sets, twice a final-set tie-break, and once again there was nothing between them.A weather warning in the second set prompted a delay of 10 minutes as the roof was brought across, and it intensified the atmosphere as the noise built from 23,000 spectators.Williams gave up the first break of serve at 3-1 with three double faults, before reeling off five straight games as Kvitova racked up the errors.A loose Williams game early in the second offered Kvitova the lifeline she needed, and she clung on through several edgy service games.The Kvitova celebratory scream was now regularly reverberating around the stadium as every game seemed to throw up mini-crises – she saved five break points on her way to clinching the set.Two brilliant cross-court backhands gave Kvitova an early break in the third but Williams recovered from 3-1 down, levelling when the Czech double-faulted.The scrappy play of earlier was long forgotten as the pair traded service games, with Williams coming through a 10-minute game at 4-4 as Kvitova pressed hard.It came down to a tie-break and a brilliant return at 1-1 was enough to give Williams the momentum in the decisive shootout.Roared on by the New York crowd, the 2000 and 2001 champion powered 6-1 clear, enough breathing space to cope with a double fault on her first match point before converting her second.“I have to say I felt every single one of you guys behind me, all 23,000,” Williams told the crowd. “I didn’t want to let you guys down.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram US OPEN 2017Venus Williams reached her 23rd Grand Slam semi-final yesterday with a thrilling win over Petra Kvitova in a final-set tie-break.The 37-year-old American won 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7-2) in front of a rapturous night-session crowd in New York.last_img read more

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