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Dr. Jonathan D Quick Jan 11
has reached 46 states with the numbers of illness steadily rising. 13 children have died so far. Some hospitals are receiving more cases than they can treat and restricting visitors to avoid further spread. How prepared are we for "regular' flu season let alone a pandemic.
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CDC Jan 9
It’s season! Be on the lookout for flu symptoms and know what to do if you or a family member gets sick with the flu. Learn more about flu treatments and taking care of yourself or others:
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Leicester Hospitals Jan 6
If you have flu please do not turn up at our Emergency Department if you have unless you are seriously ill - it’s highly contagious & can spread to others easily. Call NHS 111 if you need medical advice or ask a pharmacist for advice on how to treat the symptoms
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Tracy Milton Jan 9
People who’ve had how long before you started to feel better? Day 6 and I thought I’d start to feel better by now but actually feeling worse. Slepping so much, virtually no energy. Have you found anything that helps etc?
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CDC Flu Jan 12
Influenza A (H3N2)-predominant seasons are often associated with more severe illness, especially in people 65+ and young children. antiviral medications are the only drugs approved to treat flu infection.
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CDC Flu Jan 8
Latest shows the number of states reporting widespread activity increased from 36 to 46 this week.
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CDC Flu Jan 12
Flu activity is widespread in most of the U.S. It is not possible to say when season will end, and significant flu activity is likely to continue for several more weeks. Latest flu activity update:
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Ian M Mackay, PhD Jan 11
You can get a real sense of the constant drifting evolution of A H3N2 viruses from these hemagglutinin sequences spanning from 2004 (bottom left, blue) to 2017 (top right, red).
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south coast lady 11k Jan 11
God i need to be in the sun and not sick ........... just an old photo and dreaming for the sun
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Christina McKelvie Jan 9
Just received this letter in response to dangerous misinformation from Tories. They really should stop playing games with peoples lives, they are an utter disgrace.
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NHS flu fighter Jan 8
The can affect anyone. The best way to protect yourself and those around you is to receive the vaccine and become a .
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south coast lady 11k Jan 12
summer video treat wish i was here now and not with this ...........
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CDC Flu Jan 11
Did you know is a respiratory disease, NOT a stomach or intestinal disease? More :
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Politics and Health 24h
Get a shot. You may still get sick, but the symptoms will be less severe and the duration shorter.
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Annie Yu Jan 12
season keeping hospitals BUSY. CDC says it's everywhere in the U.S. right now. 😷🤧🤢🤒 Why is it so severe this season? We visited ER physician Dr. Todd Templeman to get some answers and help!
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Sarah Lucas 14h
A little boy died in the US last week of undiagnosed because his symptoms, nausea + vomiting, were similar to those experienced with the . A simple finger stick to double check could have saved his life.
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Spoonie ن Dez Jan 12
Guys, this terrible that's going around is killing even healthy young adults. Please call your Dr. for a zpac or get to the hospital if you have worrisome symptoms, call an ambulance if you need to. Take precautions. 💜 you guys
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Todd Giffen 10m
little kids hallucinate and get brain damage off the / various Neuro/mental disorders. some get damaged and don't even know it. some it's more noticeable. I don't recommend . I recommend as treatment including to kill as it spreads
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Kaiser Permanente Jan 10
Due to the large number of people with flu-like symptoms, we're taking extra measures to prevent the spread of the virus in our hospitals & to protect our members & the communities we serve. Effective immediately, we will temporarily restrict hospital visits for:
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CDC Flu Jan 12
"Vaccination is our main tool to prevent infection and flu vaccination efforts should continue as long as flu viruses are circulating, but antiviral drugs are the most important tool for flu treatment." - Director Dr. Jernigan
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