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  • Addie Doyle, Roadrunners battle through the flu

    Addie Doyle, Roadrunners battle through the flu
    Nazareth coach Kim Connell doesn’t want to make excuses, but the past week has been far from normal for her girls basketball team. The school was shut down for two days earlier this week due to a flu outbreak and, like many of the students at the...
  • Attendance normal at Nazareth Academy after flu outbreak

    Nazareth Academy’s attendance has returned to usual levels, following a flu outbreak that closed the LaGrange Park high school Tuesday and Wednesday, the principal said. “Our main goal is to keep our students safe and healthy,” said...
  • Flu hitting Central Florida early, hard

    Flu hitting Central Florida early, hard
    This year's flu outbreak is starting earlier than usual and is widespread and increasing throughout the state, say officials who are urging Floridians to get their flu shot. Tim Hendrix, medical director with Centra Care, said new cases last week were...
  • Flu hits epidemic threshold

    ATLANTA The flu has officially reached an epidemic threshold, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At least 15 children have died from flu-related deaths across the country, according to the CDC. A 3-year-old child in Georgia...
  • FBN-PLAYER-NEWS-WIRE - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange 12/31/2014 NFL Note - Pittsburgh Steelers Tate, Ben RB Ben Tate joined his third team in seven weeks when he signed with the Steelers on Tuesday (Dec. 30). Tate was released by the Cleveland Browns in November. He had a season-high...
  • Widespread Flu Outbreak In Connecticut

    Widespread Flu Outbreak In Connecticut
    Connecticut is suffering a widespread influenza outbreak, and has been for weeks, as part of an increase in flu cases across the U.S., according to state and federal health officials. The state Department of Public Health said there were 444 positive...
  • Flu rages, fears mount as students head back to school

    Flu rages, fears mount as students head back to school
    The scene is set for the flu season, already deadly, to take a dramatic turn for the worst in the Lehigh Valley. Circulating is a particularly nasty strain of the flu against which the vaccine offers little protection. And now, just as students are...
  • Flu bug leads to high absentee rate in Oak Park elementary schools

    Flu bug leads to high absentee rate in Oak Park elementary schools
    Nearly 600 students and staff in Oak Park Elementary District 97 schools were absent on Monday due to illness, with most suffering from flu-like symptoms, district officials said. A total of 563 students — or 9.5 percent of those currently...
  • Flu season hitting hard, especially in suburban schools

    Flu season hitting hard, especially in suburban schools
    The reports from school districts have rolled in daily to Chicago-area health departments, and the graphs on the weekly influenza charts are soaring upward. Flu season has arrived, earlier than usual and packing a punch that has sent hundreds of...
  • Tests can help determine which flu vaccine is safe for patient with allergies

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Last year, I had an allergic reaction (swollen lips and face, itching around the neck and jawline) after getting a flu shot. Since then, I've discovered that I'm allergic to thimerosal. Is it safe for me to get the vaccine this year?...
  • First flu death of season for L.A. County is Pomona Valley woman

    First flu death of season for L.A. County is Pomona Valley woman
    Health officials have reported the first death associated with flu in Los Angeles County for the 2014-15 influenza season. The patient was an elderly woman who lived in the Pomona Valley and suffered from underlying medical conditions, the Los Angeles...