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Dr. Anne Schuchat Feb 15
According to estimates, U.S. vaccines were 36% effective overall against influenza A and B. That might not sound impressive, but it means a vaccinated person reduced risk of getting sick with the flu and having to go to the doctor by about one-third.
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China Xinhua News 1h
Japan approves new drug that can kill virus in one day
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CDC Flu Feb 22
People with can spread it to others up to 6 ft away. Most experts believe flu viruses spread by droplets made when people sick with flu cough, sneeze, talk, or exhale (breathe). Here's what you need to know to help reduce the spread of flu:
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CDC 18h
is widespread across the U.S. While a flu shot is still the best way to prevent flu, antiviral drugs are the best way to treat flu infection. Watch to learn how you can help protect yourself and your family.
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Dr. Anne Schuchat Feb 21
New CDC study shows 50% of flu-related deaths in children occur in otherwise healthy kids, and 78% of children who died were not fully vaccinated against .
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CDC Flu Feb 20
Most people with will have mild illness, but flu has the potential to worsen quickly to include these emergency signs: -High persisting fever -Difficulty breathing -Rapid heartbeat -Significant tiredness, -Confusion or decreased level of alertness
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Ida Maria Feb 22
National final is less than two weeks away and I’ve been hit with the worst flu in history, on my third week now. Lost my voice completely. Please pray to the Unicorn God of Eurovision that I will get well soon 🌈🌈🙈🔥🔥🔥🕺🏼👊🏻
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Royale Da  - KOAT Feb 21
That Dr. Ramo, he’s always dissing me! 😉 Ha! We jokingly took these pics. He suggests avoiding hugs during season and instead using an “elbow handshake” to greet people. A tip on how to stay healthy!
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Maeve O'Connell RGN RM ☘ Feb 22
Love is the air but so is the flu so wash your hands
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CDC Feb 21
Here are 6 Things You Need to Know About This Season:
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Seth Berkley Feb 17
Stories from around the world explore the global impact of the 1918 pandemic:
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Laura Feb 22
How does everyone who's got and had the cope a week or 2 after the flu? I keep feeling like I'm improving 👍 but 2 days now and I've gone down hill pretty quick!😩 I'm aching, have blocked up nose and can't taste much 😞
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NHS flu fighter Feb 22
The latest figures have been released & they show a whopping 67.6% of frontline healthcare workers have chosen to get their jabs. Thank you so much to every !
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Yoga Journal Feb 22
Got the flu? Here, Ayurveda's 10 best flu survival tips for a speedy recovery.
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Dan Satterfield 8h
Oh good the sugar pills will only cost 26$ instead of $28. A box of candy is cheaper with a lot more sugar and will do just as much for the . Tastes better too.
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Joe Palca Feb 20
Just getting over the flu? You can still spread the virus even after you start feeling better. NPR’s and find out when it’s safe to go back to work.
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CDC Emergency 6h
Get vaccinated against to protect those around you. Babies, young children, older adults, & pregnant women are more vulnerable to serious flu illness.
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A Voice For Choice 5h
. wants your money again. This time they want to build a multi-million dollar lab so they can create more that don't work.
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CDC Flu Feb 22
Even during seasons when vaccine effectiveness is reduced, vaccine can offer substantial benefit and might reduce the likelihood of severe outcomes such as hospitalization and death. Learn more in latest :
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Surf Gidget The Pug™ Feb 21
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