Major Sinus Relief Spray
Geri-Care Cold and Cough Relief, 100 mg / 5 mL, 16 oz.
Ayr Saline Nasal Gel with Soothing Aloe, 0.5 oz
McKesson Tongue Depressor, NonSterile
Major Soothing 12 Hour Nasal Decongestant Spray
sunmark Medicated Chest Rub Cough Suppressant, 3.5 oz.
sunmark 100 mg/5 mL Strength Liquid Cold and Cough Relief
Imodium A-D Anti-Diarrheal, 4 oz., Cool Mint
Mucinex Fast-Max DM Max Cold and Cough Relief
Ayr Saline Nasal Gel No-Drip Sinus Spray, 0.75 oz.
sunmark Maximum Strength Oxymetazoline HCl Nasal Spray, 1 oz.
Mucinex Guaifenesin Cold and Cough Relief, 600 mg
sunmark Adult Tussin Mucus + Chest Congestion Relief, 200 mg/5 mL, 4 oz.
Mucinex DM Expectorant & Cough Suppressant, 600 mg
sunmark 12 Hour Mucus Relief Tablets, 600 mg
Mucinex Cold and Cough Relief, 600 mg, 20 Tablets
sunmark Children's Ibuprofen Oral Suspension, 100 mg/5 mL
About Cold & Flu
Beat the cold and flu and start to feel better faster! With medicine that targets your specific symptoms, enjoy relief from cold and flu and reclaim your day. If you wake up coughing, sneezing, and fatigued, our products can help you get back on track.
How do I know if I have the cold or flu? What’s the difference?
At first, the cold and the flu can feel similar because they have similar symptoms. However, there are some noticeable signs to help you spot the difference.
A cold typically goes away after a day or two, though they can last for up to a week. Symptoms include runny nose, sore throat, and a cough. While some people do get a slight fever, fevers with colds are uncommon.
The flu lasts much longer, sometimes weeks at a time. While symptoms also include sore throat and a cough, additional flu symptoms include headache, muscle aches and soreness, and occasionally, vomiting or diarrhea.
The clearest way to decide if you have a cold or flu is to check your temperature: a cold is rarely accompanied by a high fever, but flus often are.
Older adults are especially at risk of pneumonia, which can sometimes follow the flu. If you think you may have more serious flu symptoms or pneumonia, consult your doctor immediately. Be sure to keep up-to-date on flu shots so you aren’t at risk.
How do I choose the best cold and flu medicine?
Fortunately, there are many over-the-counter cold and flu medications that can help you feel better, faster. Look for combination flu and cold medicine to fight both illnesses and their symptoms. Experiencing aches and pains? Try some of our other medicine like ibuprofen or aspirin, pain relievers that can ease your aches.
Does taking medicine mean I’m not contagious?
Taking medicine to fight cold and flu does not mean you aren’t contagious. To protect your friends, family, and coworkers, be sure you’re staying home if you feel ill.