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Flu Season

Every country is vulnerable against a possible outbreak, and flu is the pathogen most likely to cause one. Studies are being done to evaluate risk—how many people does the average person interact with in a day? In how wide an area? —and so forth. The conclusion they’re coming to is we all need a plan—at […]

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A Start to Flu Season

September 14, 2018

If you think you’re safe from the flu until at least October… think again. Florida is already seeing a surge of flu patients, although it hasn’t been long enough for them to declare an official start to flu season. Whether you’re traveling or just out in your community, start preparing for the flu now.

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It’s time to prepare for the start of cold and flu season again. The CDC is predicting another early start to flu season, and advising everyone to get their flu shots now. The good news is that, while the flu can be unpredictable, signs point to a mild flu season. If you want to prepare […]

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Dog flu (H3N2) is still spreading, infecting new pups each week. Just like in humans, dogs can experience coughing, sneezing, lethargy, and a lack of appetite. Things can also get serious without care—so make sure you watch for symptoms, follow local outbreaks, and tell friends about dog flu. You can also help keep your pup […]

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In the northern states, flu activity is still being reported as widespread as Influenza B makes the late season rounds. While you don’t need to worry as much as when flu season was at its peak, it’s still very much here and hospitalizations, and even deaths, are still being reported.

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