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Younger adults seem at risk this year, FDA says
Dorm living, large classes increase their exposure to the virus, doctor notes
ATLANTA (AP) - Flu season seems to be winding down, and it's been an odd one.
Red eyes, wheezing and sneezing – deciphering the symptoms is difficult to do in the winter months. Here’s what you need to know
Red eyes, wheezing and sneezing – deciphering the symptoms is difficult to do in the winter months. Here’s what you need to know.
New study clarifies risk factors for lung disease
Intense exercise will stress the immune system even more
Be prepared to break out the chicken noodle soup and tissues: Flu season is picking up. The Pennsylvania Department of Health is characterizing flu...
Large Canadian study finds people with diabetes are more likely to get sick from flu, be hospitalized
Southwestern states hardest hit, but infections still not at epidemic levels, CDC says
Break out the tissues and chicken soup, the mentholated lozenges, tea and sympathy. The annual winter misery that the viral world visits upon us has officially arrived.
Experts say rise in allergy triggers, summer medication 'breaks' and back-to-school virus exposure may all contribute
When vaccination rates rose in Connecticut, serious complications dropped, report finds
Disrupted nighttime breathing makes getting fluid into the lungs more likely, researchers explain
Usually characterized by cough lasting 10 days or more