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There's bad news and good news in the flu world.
As the number of influenza cases nationwide continues to dwindle, there are new concerns about over-the-counter cures.
If you're avoiding cozily snuggling up this Valentine's Day because of the flu, there may be bad news. Keeping your distance may not be enough.
After Father Kevin Farmer, of St John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Frederick, fell ill with the flu a couple of weeks ago, he began to pay close attention to warnings about prevention measures at the church
The flu strain that has been making many sick in Maryland and around the country may be peaking, but that doesn't mean it's time to cease precautions and skip the flu shot.
Scientists are developing a universal vaccine that will offer protection against any and all flu strains. The work is under way at the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health.
Hand sanitizer sales totaled millions of dollars last year but do they actually ward off the flu?
Exercise, in the right amount, could amplify the flu vaccine's effect offering better protection from the virus.
Suspicions and misconceptions about the flu vaccine are everywhere. Some say they caught the virus despite being vaccinated, others say they've heard this year's vaccine is ineffective and others worry they got vaccinated too early -- or too late -- for it to work.
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