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State officials have counted 95 deaths under 65, and said they anticipated confirming an additional 51 cases that counties have reported, possibly as early as Friday. Meanwhile, communities in the region were scurrying to organize immunization
So as I was saying yesterday, I seem to have caught some sort of bug...As someone who frequently claims that I "never" get sick, this was a blow to my cherished illusion of invincibility. I like to believe that a lifetime of exercise, plus
Either the truth about vaccines is finally reaching the masses or Americans in general have simply lost trust in the government and the pharmaceutical industry, because this year many young Americans skipped the strongly pushed flu shot altogether.
Mexico is worried about a spike in the number of H1N1 flu cases and deaths, in the country that was the epicenter of the 2009 outbreak of the strain. But even with 1,261 confirmed cases of the flu strain and 123 deaths in the Jan. 1-23 period, the
This season's H1N1 virus, or influenza, has become epidemic according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), mimicking the strain that emerged in 2009. The virus is widespread in over 40 states as the number of hospitalizations and deaths
As the number of flu cases and flu-related deaths keeps rising in the Bay Area, some are turning to technology to help defend themselves and others against the illness. A website called Flu Near You or flunearyou.org lets users anonymously report flu-
Government scientists are deliberately giving dozens of volunteers the flu by squirting the live virus straight up their noses. It may sound bizarre, but the rare type of research is a step in the quest for better flu vaccines.
Government scientists are deliberately giving dozens of volunteers the flu by squirting the live virus straight up their noses. It may sound bizarre, but the rare type of research aims to show how the body fights off influenza.
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Officials at a Yuma hospital say a patient has died from influenza. Yuma Regional Medical Center confirmed Friday that tests confirmed a patient died from the flu virus. Hospital spokeswoman
Flu season is in full swing, and it's not too late to get vaccinated. The Illinois Department of Public Health is reporting widespread influenza activity in Illinois, and Jane Lux, administrator for the DeKalb County Health Department, said local