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  • Flu hurts more than just patients

    Flu hurts more than just patients
    "When the flu hits, it hits everybody," said Terri Dunaway, CEO of the Central Plains Region Red Cross.  "It doesn't just hit people in the communities.  It hits people in the businesses, in the schools and it hits our staff." As the flu season...
  • Flu becomes epidemic laced with shortages

    Flu becomes epidemic laced with shortages
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Centers for Disease Control now calls it an epidemic and the Ozarks is no exception.  Influenza numbers continue to climb across the country as we deal with vaccine and treatment shortages.   On average, February tends to be when...
  • Hospitals speed up flu testing for hectic season

    Hospitals speed up flu testing for hectic season
    Laboratory testing for the flu has traditionally taken so long to yield results that most people recovered before finding out if they actually had the virus. But about half a dozen Chicago-area hospitals can now diagnose influenza in just more than an...
  • Pharmacies in Roanoke, New River Valley, Martinsville, Lynchburg either out of or low on flu vaccine

    Pharmacies in Roanoke, New River Valley, Martinsville, Lynchburg either out of or low on flu vaccine
    This flu season will be one for the record books. Some locations in our area have run out of the vaccine and those that still have a supply can barely keep it in stock.   At the Downhome Pharmacy in Botetourt County, business is booming. The owner...
  • Counterfeit Tamiflu Sold Over Internet

    Counterfeit Tamiflu Sold Over Internet
    Counterfeit Tamiflu being sold over the Internet without a prescription poses a danger to consumers who are allergic to penicillin, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns. Tamiflu is commonly used to treat the flu and flu symptoms. Anyone who has...
  • Walgreens compounds Tamiflu amid shortage

    Walgreens compounds Tamiflu amid shortage
  • Symptoms of the flu and what you can do

    Symptoms of the flu and what you can do
    Influenza generally produces the following miserable symptoms, which often come on very suddenly and can last a week or more, according to theU.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: • Fever • Chills • Cough • Sore...
  • Flu vaccinations still recommended

    Flu vaccinations still recommended
    As the influenza season heads in, Carol Baker, who chairs the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases' Childhood Influenza Immunization Coalition, answers some common questions about the flu vaccine. Baker is a professor of pediatrics, molecular...
  • Swine Flu - What You Need to Know

    Swine Flu - What You Need to Know
    Information is the best prevention. As the government scrambles to provide vaccine for Swine Flu and contain the spread of the disease, perhaps the best tool available for you is the right information. What is Swine Flu and how is it different from...
  • The postmortem on pregnancy and H1N1 flu

     
    As early as last July, federal health officials warned doctors and pregnant women that the H1N1 (swine) flu virus appeared especially hazardous for pregnant women. In the fall, officials urged pregnant women to be vaccinated against H1N1, although surveys...
  • Resistance to swine flu antiviral drugs can develop faster than expected, research finds

     
    The pandemic H1N1 influenza virus can develop resistance to the commonly used antiviral drugs much faster than expected, federal researchers said Friday. Previous research had suggested that it would take 24 days or longer for resistance to the drugs to.....