Influenza Cases Grow Across St. LouisMissouri health officials this week increased the state's health status from regional to widespread.
Women Aren't Alone in Serious Risk of Zika VirusIf you get an acute illness, only 20 percent of men will feel any mild like flu symptoms.
Flu Reports Down in Illinois After Warm DecemberData shows that from Dec. 20 to Dec. 26, there were 49 flu-related intensive care unit admissions and two outbreaks. During roughly the same time last year, there were 323 ICU admissions and 70 outbreaks statewide.
Flu Numbers Down Across St. LouisThe peak flu activity here usually begins in mid January.
Is It The Cold Or The Flu, And Should You Go To Work?Kennedy says definitely stay home with the flu, but it's not always necessary when you have a cold.
TIAM Saturday November 7thVeterans Day, Flu Mist and "Spectre"
Free FluMist Vaccines Saturday in North, South CountiesSome local doctors' offices are warning parents there is a FluMist shortage in the area.
TIAM Saturday October 10thDrive-thru flu shots, "Pan" and birthdays
Vaccine Developed for Canine InfluenzaThere have been no confirmed, suspected or reported cases of the Canine Influenza in Missouri, but if there is an outbreak in the state, there is now a vaccine. The key is acting quickly.
Recent Influenza Outbreak Seen in DogsAn outbreak of canine influenza in Chicago has already killed 1,000 dogs, and city officials are calling it an epidemic.
St. Louis County School Closes Due to Stomach VirusSt. Norbert Catholic School has so many students and teachers out sick that the school decided to close on Friday and thoroughly clean rooms.
Red Cross: Harsh Winter Depleting Blood DonationsEndless snow, extreme cold, and widespread flu keeping donors at home.

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