Who knew? Giant Pandas can catch the flu. So keepers are taking special care.
Colds and flu often spread like wildfire in the workplace, and one big reason is that too many people who are sick just won't stay home.
A new study ranks the duration of sex by state. Locally, which jurisdiction do you suppose would have the most loving?
Although winter's cold may be subsiding, the risk of serious illness or death associated with the flu still exists and now, a resurgence of the H1N1 virus is causing a dramatic rise in deaths of younger people.
Some people get flu shots to avoid the flu, but some people are getting paid to catch the flu.
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Could cold and flu drugs help spread the flu? Some researchers think so.
Flu cases remain widespread in Virginia, health officials report 1 pediatric death
Staying well is more complicated than washing your hands and covering your mouth when you sneeze.
Chicken eggs have long been used in the production of injectable vaccines, prompting some allergy sufferers to shy away from flu shots.
A pre-school age child in Northern Virginia has died from the flu, according to the Virginia Department of Health.
With cold and flu season in full force, many make extra effort to keep homes germ-free. But there are still items that may be overlooked.
The disease "really has reached virtually the entire component of the United States," according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Hampton Roads health facilities recommend surgical masks for visitors to reduce flu spread
This flu season, the predominant strain is the H1N1 virus, and that could mean big trouble for businesses.
Chances are, you wouldn't want the bottom of someone's shoe anywhere near your face. But your phone might be even dirtier.
Virginia health officials say flu cases rise from regional to widespread levels
Getting sick during the holidays is the last thing anybody wants. But so many people get worn down that it doesn't take much for a scratchy throat and sniffles to kick in.
Outside a dressing room one recent afternoon in the Walter Kerr Theatre, a line of people waited to roll up their sleeves.
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