Flu Numbers Dropping in St. Louis, Rising ElsewhereSigns the flu could be peaking in St. Louis County
New Flu Numbers to Come Out TodayNew local influenza numbers are due out later today.
Has Flu Season, In Full Swing, Reached Its Height?Flu is now widespread in every state except Hawaii, but the good news is the season appears to already be peaking.
Flu Season in St. Charles: More Than 2,800 Reported Cases"I have heard that the fever is the usual in terms of severity, but it's lasting a lot longer, so we definitely need to encourage people to stay home as long as they do have that fever," says Assistant Director of Public Health for St. Charles County, Sara Evers.
This Year's Flu Epidemic Breaking RecordsThe St. Louis County Health Department is calling it a "record-breaking" flu epidemic, with more than 1,100 cases reported in the last counting period - the final week of December.
Mutated Flu Virus Still Slowed by Flu ShotsA local emergency room doctor is still a fan of getting flu shots
Expert: Vaccine Shortage Could Deepen Flu ImpactThe season is off to a slow start, but this year's strain is especially "violent."
Cold or Flu? It's all in the SymptomsGot a sore throat and runny nose? Could you be the latest to come down with the flu, or is it just a cold?
Missouri Flu Cases On The Rise771 new cases last week in Missouri, for a total of more than 3,500 for the season to date.
School Closed for Flu Day in LitchfieldSo many students are out with the flu and flu-like symptoms that the Litchfield School District cancelled classes for Thursday and Friday.
Missouri and Illinois Keeping Flu Numbers LowInfluenza hits four U.S. states hard, but Missouri and Illinois aren't one of them.
Low Flu Numbers Mean it's a Good Time to VaccinateThe Centers for Disease Control says even tho influenza activity is low across the area, don't forget to get a flu shot.

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