The coming winter months are likely to be a confusing time for people who get sick, with cases of the flu and common cold entering the picture just as coronavirus cases begin to rise again in New Jersey. How can you figure out which of the different respiratory infections you have, and when should you get tested? We asked three New Jersey medical and health experts for advice. There is a lot of overlap in symptoms between these highly contagious illnesses, and telling them apart may be difficult, says Dr. Lawrence Kleinman, Chief of the Division of Population Health, Quality, and Implementation Science (PopQuIS) at Rutgers University. To read the full story.
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