Health officials Friday said 92 flu-related deaths have already been reported in children.
By Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
It’s the start of flu season, but you can relax (a little) if you follow these expert recommendations.
By Laura Santhanam
The 2018-2019 flu season was relatively mild compared to last year's, but it was unusual in that it had two peaks, one in December and one in May.
By Patricia L. Foster, The Conversation
Researchers now think they’re on the path to universal flu protection. The source of their new defense: llamas.
By Vicky Stein
By Helen Branswell, STAT
The length of the flu season may vary depending on where you live, with large cities enduring longer periods of transmission and smaller cities experiencing shorter, but more explosive, spread, a new study suggests…
By Teresa Carey, Nsikan Akpan
When the flu strikes, many rush to the doctor for Tamiflu, but there is debate over the complications it can treat.
This year's brutal flu season is not easing its grip yet: hospitalizations are up, doctors visits have reached 2009 levels and at least 63 children have died. Judy Woodruff asks Dr. Anne Schuchat, acting director of the Centers for Disease…
By PBS NewsHour
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have declared this year’s flu outbreak to be the worst on record since the 2009 flu pandemic. Last week, one in 15 doctors' appointments were made for flu symptoms, and 37 children have…
By PBS NewsHour
This year's flu outbreak is the most widespread the Centers for Disease Control has ever seen. Doctor visits are climbing and pediatric deaths from the illness are up as well. What makes it so severe? Dr. Amber Robins of Georgetown…
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