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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