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Type A and Type B Flu: How to Protect Yourself

Here’s how to avoid getting sick as flu season peaks.

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Mardi Gras May Be Near, but Flu Season is Still Here

While driving to work one morning this week, a local radio DJ described Louisiana’s four seasons as football, hunting, Mardi Gras, and crawfish. While this is undeniably true, those of…

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Pediatric Flu Clinic Open this Saturday

Need to get your flu shot? Can’t make it during the workweek?

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Now is the time to get your flu shot

Can you believe it is October? College football is in full swing, pumpkin spice abounds, and before you know it, Christmas decorations will be popping up in stores.  You know…

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3 Reasons to Get a Flu Shot Now

This is why you need a flu shot again this year and why now is the time to get it.

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Flu FAQs

  The Flu Influenza (the Flu) is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses A or B and spread by respiratory secretions of infected individuals. Symptoms of the flu include…

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Common Flu Vaccine Questions and Answers

The Flu Influenza (the Flu) is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses A or B and spread by respiratory secretions of infected individuals. Symptoms of the flu include fever,…

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Do you think you have the flu?

What is the flu? Influenza (the Flu) is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses A or B and spread by respiratory secretions of infected individuals. Symptoms of the flu…

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CDC: Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance

The most recent FluView report shows increasing flu activity in the United States. Further increases in activity are expected in the coming weeks. Flu activity most often peaks in February and can last into…

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