Sudden fever, body aches, headache, respiratory symptoms? Seek medical care promptly.
A vaccine today boosts your odds of staying healthy in the chilly months ahead.
The flu bug hit 3-year-old Jase so hard he ended up on life support, fighting for his life.
Flu season is ramping up. Luckily there’s still time to get vaccinated. But do it soon.
Early signs suggest it will be a severe flu season, so it's especially important to get vaccinated.
A travel medicine clinic helps families reduce risk of typhoid, malaria and traveler’s diarrhea when visiting far-flung spots.
While other precautions can improve your odds of a flu-free season, immunization remains the best defense.
Because the nasal spray flu vaccine didn’t work last year, people should get shots instead, experts say.
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