The End Is Near: Flu Has 'Definitely Peaked' For The 2017-18 SeasonFlu has been shown the door in the United States. Illness activity peaked and began to decline during the eighth week of the year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's weekly surveillance report indicated Friday.
Flu Season: Expert Weighs In On Why Health Care Workers Aren't Sick As WellWhy aren't all the health care workers suffering from the virus?
Red Cross Offers Tips To Avoid Spread Of Flu At Super Bowl 2018 PartiesEagles fever is the only fever you want for the Super Bowl.
Researchers Claim To Have Developed A Universal Flu VaccineResearchers at Georgia State University claim they've developed a way to produce a "universal flu vaccine" that could protect patients for several years with just one shot.
Bad Flu Season Leaves Emergency Rooms PackedEmergency room workers are swamped according to Dr. Jerahme Posner, an emergency medicine physician at Lankenau Medical Center.
Good Eating Habits Can Help Fight Off Flu Season, Expert SaysIf it seems that everyone around you is sick, you might want to change your eating habits to keep yourself healthy.
PA Health Secretary: Normal Flu Season So Far, Extreme Cold Not Likely FactorPennsylvania’s Health Secretary says there’s nothing unusual about the current season so far.
Flu Cases Spreading Across US Ahead Of Holiday SeasonHealth officials say the flu is spreading across the nation, with a dozen states now reporting widespread flu cases just ahead of the holiday season.
'Flu-pocalypse' Predicted Due To Ineffective Flu Shots, Doctors SayThe possibility of a "flu-pocalypse" is being talked about after record numbers of patients were diagnosed with influenza in Australia
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
As Flu Season Starts, Doctors Warn Against Phones In The BathroomThe CDC notes that talking on your phone spreads germs from your respiratory system onto the screen, some of which can cause the flu.