Prospect Of A Flu Season During COVID Pandemic Alarms Health ExpertsThe prospect of a flu season during the coronavirus pandemic alarms health experts.
Coronavirus Vs. Flu: A Look At The Differences And Similarities Between The DiseasesAs anxiety about the coronavirus grows, many more people across the country are fighting the flu. Medical experts are breaking down the difference between the two viruses and why we should keep a much closer eye on the coronavirus.
20,000 Americans Have Died Of Flu This SeasonAll attention is on the coronavirus outbreak, which is making it easy to forget the toll the flu is taking on Americans.
CDC: Early Estimates Show Flu Vaccine Providing Substantial Protective Benefit For Children
Nation's Top Infectious Disease Doctor Says This Year's Flu Vaccine ‘Not A Very Good Match’The nation's top infectious disease doctor says the common strain of the flu going around is "not a very good match" for this year's flu vaccine.
CDC: At Least 2,900 People In US Have Died Of Flu This SeasonThe Centers for Disease Control reported at least 2,900 people in the United States have died of the flu, shaping this up to be one of the worst seasons in decades.
Early And Unusual Start To Flu Season Across U.S. And FloridaThe U.S. winter flu season is off to its earliest start in more than 15 years.
Doctors Urging Vaccinations With Flu Season Fast ApproachingFlu season is fast approaching. While activity remains low, it’s already increasing.
Sick Day Study: Miami In Top 5 Cities Where Employees Show Up IllWith the dreaded cold and flu season fast approaching, many Americans with fevers, coughs and runny noses will be forced to make a decision: go to work sick or stay at home.
CDC Urging Flu Vaccinations As This Could Be Worse Season YetThe CDC is urging everyone six months and older to get vaccinated as the new flu season gets underway. 
Experts Stress Importance Of Vaccinations As Flu Season Picks UpFlu season is picking up, with federal health officials reporting sharp increases in flu activity nationwide.