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Every year in the fall when the kids make their way back to school it seems cold and flu season comes on with a vengeance.
Have you had your flu shot yet? I know, you’re probably thinking it’s too early. But it’s actually just the right time to get the shot, if you choose to do it. The U.S.
I just found out that I have tested positive on autoimmune disease. I have always had a low immune system. Somehow I have this horrible flu and I don't know what I can take or do.
Your kids' schools or your health care provider may be asking you about now if you'd like to take the flu vaccine for the upcoming 2013-2014 winter season.
If you or your children don’t usually get a flu shot due to egg allergy, new research has good news for your family’s health.
Chances are this winter season you, your family, your friends and co-workers have already contracted the flu and are over the worst of it.
Although September typically marks the beginning of the annual flu season, January and February are often the most severe months.
This flu season has been marked by an early start and high activity across the United States.
In the last weeks there have been many news reports about flu outbreaks in the United States.
The flu is an infection. It affects the respiratory system. The flu is caused by a virus.
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