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  • 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 continues to spread in Florida

    Flu continues to spread in Florida
    It's been three weeks now since flu activity has become widespread in Florida and its activity is not abating: 39 counties, including Seminole, Orange, Lake, Polk and Osceola, are reporting increasing flu activity, according to the latest weekly report...
  • California reports first flu death of person under 65

    California reports first flu death of person under 65
    The California Department of Public Health on Friday announced the state’s first influenza death of a person under the age of 65 for the 2014-15 flu season. The department did not immediately release the age or gender of the person but said the...
  • Flu is 'widespread' in 43 states as deaths and illnesses mount, CDC says

    Flu is 'widespread' in 43 states as deaths and illnesses mount, CDC says
    Influenza viruses have infiltrated most parts of the United States, with 43 states experiencing “widespread” flu activity and six others reporting “regional” flu activity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and...
  • What to do if you get the flu

    What to do if you get the flu
    You may have heard everyone talking about this year's flu season, but you might not give it another thought unless you actually get the flu. If you do get sick, knowing what to do can help you feel better faster. Try these tips if you get the flu: -...
  • Instan a vacunarse vs. la influenza

    Instan a vacunarse vs. la influenza
    Las autoridades sanitarias hicieron esta semana un llamamiento a la población para que se vacune contra la gripe o influenza, que en el inicio del nuevo año afecta ya de forma "generalizada" a 43 estados. "La vacunación contra la influenza puede reducir...
  • Diocese of Allentown announces flu precautions

    The Catholic Diocese of Allentown is altering two elements of Mass as a precaution during what has become an especially tough flu season. The sign of peace, which is often done with a handshake, will be omitted or, if the priest chooses to include it,...
  • Clippers say broadcaster Ralph Lawler slurred words because of flu

    Clippers say broadcaster Ralph Lawler slurred words because of flu
    Longtime Clippers play-by-play announcer Ralph Lawler had mumbled and slurred speech as he called the game against the Lakers on Wednesday, raising speculation and concern. The Clippers tweeted that Lawler just had the flu. "Fans, thanks for your...
  • Consumer Reports: The Best Health Advice Ever

    Health care professionals are always telling us what we should do to take better care of ourselves. But have you ever wondered what they actually do to stay healthy? ShopSmart, the shopping magazine from the publisher of Consumer Reports, reached out...
  • Hartford Archbishop May Have Flu, Was Unable To Celebrate Midnight Mass

    Hartford Archbishop May Have Flu, Was Unable To Celebrate Midnight Mass
    HARTFORD — Hartford Archbishop Leonard Blair fell ill Christmas Eve and was not able to celebrate the midnight mass at the Cathedral of St. Joseph. Archdiocese spokeswoman Maria Zone said the archbishop has symptoms of the flu and is taking...
  • 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...