Influenza (flu) and pneumonia at first glance may appear the same, but there are distinct differences between the two along with different treatment methods that need to be considered in order to get over either illness.
The flu is primarily… Read More
Influenza 2016 is still on the rise in Maine, but cases have been winding down in San Diego. It may be hard to grasp that influenza is still striking in April, but with the slow start to the flu season… Read More
A new study has uncovered that pregnant women who receive the flu shot can cut their risk of stillbirth. Australian researchers examined nearly 58,000 births during the 2012-2013 flu season. Over 5,000 of the women subjects received the flu shot.… Read More
Influenza 2016 update: New flu vaccine can protect against H1N1 using body’s immune response.
Researchers at the University of Georgia (UGA) and Sanofi Pasteur have developed a new flu vaccine to protect against multiple strains of influenza including seasonal and… Read More
Influenza vaccine effectiveness is improving and now the FDA has adopted the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidelines to stop H1N1 risk in 2016 and 2017. The World Health Organization has made its choices for the upcoming year’s flu vaccination and… Read More
As the flu season continues in 2016, researchers still stress that it has yet to hit its peak and the 2016 flu season has been the mildest seen in the U.S. in the past three years. Researchers do note that… Read More
Influenza 2016 update: Flu cases were found to spike in central Ohio and San Diego County and the flu vaccine has been found to be 60 percent effective this year.
February 2016: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)… Read More
Unfortunately the winter season brings the threat of influenza, or the flu, along with it and so if you want to best protect yourself it’s important you read the following health news articles. The flu virus can strike at any… Read More