Nationwide Flu Outbreak Leads To High Mortality Rate And Shortage Of Medication

Hospitals across the country fight to keep up with the rising number of patients infected with a particularly aggressive strain of the flu. Every year, we wait for it– the scratchy throat, ...

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VCU doctor's 2 tips to prevent spreading the flu

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HOW BAD IS THE FLU OUTBREAK THIS WINTER?

The data shows 125,800 people living in Britain died of any cause between October 1 and December 22 - compared to 118,700 for the same period in previous years.

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CDC: Number of flu-related pediatric deaths rises to 20

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) held a news briefing Friday on the worsening influenza outbreak. The CDC said this is the first time in 13 years every state in the...

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Five things you should know about this year's very bad flu

Five things you should know about this year's very bad flu

The nation is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad flu season.

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You must know about this year's 'BAD FLU'

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CDC Postpones Session Preparing US for Nuclear War

After the agency’s workshop attracted considerable media attention, especially given President Trump’s recent words with North Korea, the session has been postponed.

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Flu 2018: What you need to know about the tough H3N2 virus

Flu 2018: What you need to know about the tough H3N2 virus

Public health officials think the current flu season is going to be worse than last year's. Here are some frequently asked questions.

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Common myths, facts about the flu

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The Perfect Storm Behind This Year's Nasty Flu Season

A strong virus, a less-than-effective vaccine, and an IV bag shortage that goes back to Hurricane Maria.

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In the Flu Battle, Hydration and Elevation May Be Your Best Weapons

Bring on the soup: Fluids will help diminish your headache and bolster your immune response.

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