The holidays are stressful enough without the cold and flu season. But should falling ill keep you from getting your COVID booster?
With the weather dropping and the rise of the Omicron variant, it's more important than ever to learn the difference between COVID, the common cold, and the flu.
With the weather dropping and the pandemic raging, it's more important than ever to learn the difference between COVID-19, allergies, the common cold and flu.
January is one of the months when most of us get sick. Definitely not the best time to split a joint with friends.
During a recent news conference, Dr. Daniel B. Jernigan, director of the Center for Disease Control's influenza division, says we can expect to see numbers similar to the 2014-2015 flu season, which claimed the lives of 56,000 people and sent more than 700,000 to the hospital.
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