Posts Tagged ‘Flu Season’
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Frequent Hand Washing Limits the Spread of Flu

We’re having an awful flu season this year, and many Americans are availing themselves of one of the simplest – and most effective – measures available to prevent the spread of flu: frequent hand washing.

According to Bradley Corporation, which makes commercial washroom and emergency safety products – Americans are rightly worried…

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The Flu Had a Great Holiday Season

Did you notice the sniffles and coughs at holiday gathering and on holiday airline flights? There were a lot of bugs going around.

In fact, the Walgreens Flu Index for Christmas week showed the worst flu activity in 1. Puerto Rico 2. Mississippi, 3. Montana, 4. Oklahoma, 5. Louisiana, 6…

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Is Getting Sick Inevitable During Cold and Flu Season?

Is Getting Sick Inevitable During Cold and Flu Season?

Americans have never been known as fatalists. We generally have a sunny, optimistic outlook. But when it comes to cold and flu season, many of us sound downright Russian in our outlook.

According to a survey done for the American Osteopathic…

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Flu Season Risks Remain

This year’s flu season is about half over, but risks remain for millions of Americans due to its severity, and a relatively ineffective flu vaccine.

According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) FluView report, 43 states are still experiencing either high or…

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