| Aug 11, 2010
The World Health Organization announced Tuesday that the H1N1 flu pandemic is over, but , but that doesn't mean Houston is immune. With the school year fast approaching, local school officials are encourgaing Swine Flu vaccinations to prevent continued...
| Aug 11, 2010
On Tuesday, the World Health Organization declared the H1N1 flu pandemic is over. But with school fast approaching, there are concerns this Swine Flu could continue. In 2009, dozens died of H1N1 in the Houston area, and hundreds became sick.
| Sep 15, 2010
The American Medical Assn., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the March of Dimes and seven other groups sent a letter to healthcare professionals Wednesday urging them to counsel pregnant patients to get a seasonal flu shot. The 2010...
| Oct 9, 2010
| 9:08 AM
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| Oct 7, 2010
| 7:24 AM
The Sedgwick County Health Department is gearing up for flu season. The department says flu shots are quick, affordable and easily accessible…and they can save a lot of hassle and discomfort later in the winter.
“Our goal is to make this...
| Oct 11, 2010
| 7:38 PM
Flu season starts October 15th and that means some people are ready to get their flu shot.
Last year, H1N1 had labs around the world scrambling to come up with a new vaccine. Even then, it was in short supply and lines stretched out the doors for those...
| Aug 9, 2011
| 4:31 PM
New Maryland football coach Randy Edsall has three preset buttons on his car radio: sports talk, news talk and country.
But none of those options appealed to Davin Meggett, the fourth-year captain who Edsall says will be his "workhorse" running back this...
| Aug 23, 2011
| 2:51 PM
Health care workers are still finishing up rounds of back to school immunizations but for everyone else, it's already time to start thinking about flu vaccinations.
"Does it seem a little early to be talking about it? Yes it does, but I understand it,...
| Sep 5, 2011
| 9:44 AM
The Pennsylvania departments of Health and Agriculture today announced three cases of a novel influenza A virus have been identified, and are now linked to an agricultural fair in southwestern Pennsylvania.
The first individual to become ill, announced...
| Mar 18, 2011
| 6:32 PM
In Stanwood, friends say little league football coach Will Gardner was already looking forward to next season.
Now, they can't believe they are planning for his funeral.
"It was a shock we weren't expecting," said Gardner's friend Justin Knowles....
| Oct 6, 2011
| 7:27 AM
It's the time of year once again for body aches, intense coughing and fever — common symptoms of seasonal flu. But the good news is that more and more people are getting flu shots, guarding them against complications that could land them in the...