Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
Flu season has arrived in Maryland.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending people get immunized as soon as vaccines are available for the upcoming flu season.
More children than ever are being vaccinated for the flu, but adults have a way to go.
Every flu season is different, but it typically begins in early October and November and peaks in December, January or February.
Flu season is off to its earliest start in nearly 10 years — and it could be a bad one.
State public health officials say the February start of the flu season is possibly the latest in a quarter-century. On the plus side, the seasonal flu vaccine remains widely available.
Germs are everywhere this time of year, and if you want to be careful, you need to protect yourself. If the office, it helps to be aware of sneaky places bacteria and viruses hide. Here’s 6 places you might not have looked.