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During the 2018-2019 flu season, more than 34,000 Americans lost their lives to the illness. But this year, how will you know if you have the flu or COVID-19?
COVID-19 and influenza are circulating simultaneously this season.
Influenza vaccination was not associated with increased occurrence of COVID-19, or with more severe cases of the disease, according to a Cleveland Clinic study.
It’s only natural to have questions about the flu, especially this year as flu season is predicted to overlap with the coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, we’re here to help you get the answers you need.
Elderberry is becoming a popular natural remedy during cold and flu season – but does it work?
According to the CDC, less than half of adults over 18 get a flu shot every year. Now, there is a virtual reality program that shows you what could happen if you skip the flu vaccine.
What questions do you have about flu season, the vaccines available and where you can get vaccinated?
Pregnant women can be at higher risk of complications if they contract the flu, health officials warn.
Flu season begins next month, and doctors say with COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to get the influenza vaccination as soon as possible.
Two Jacksonville-area families explain their differing approaches to flu season.
During the last two flu seasons, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tracked the highest number of pediatric flu-related deaths since the agency began tracking them in 2004.
Dr. Pauline Rolle, the director for the Duval County Health Department, said this flu season both the flu mist and flu shot are great options to protect you from the flu.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), seasonal flu activity in the U.S. is picking up steam, and continues to increase as we approach the holidays.
If you wake up in the morning and feel the sudden onset of aches, chills and fever, you know something isn’t right, but is it the flu?
If you’ve never experienced influenza first-hand, it can be easy to shrug off the warning signs, but experts say you definitely should not.
With so many viruses running rampant during the fall, it can be tough to know which ones will pass on their own and which ones require a trip to the doctor.
Results of a recent study show while vaccination coverage among adults increased from 38.3% to 43.4%, the numbers fell short of the goal of having 70% of U.S. adults vaccinated
Two infants in Florida have died from the flu in recent weeks, according to the latest weekly report from the Florida Department of Health.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to the makers of Purell hand sanitizer, telling the company to stop marketing the product as effective in preventing Ebola, the flu and more.
This flu season is shaping up to be one of the worst in decades, according to the United States' top infectious disease doctor.