If you have had the flu this year, you are not alone. People all across the area are dealing with it.
The flu is proving fatal, and putting people in the hospital. Not so much children and the elderly, but rather, middle-aged adults.
Flu season appears to be in full swing in Pennsylvania, with health officials reporting outbreaks in at least half the regions of the state.
Dr. Kevin Wong the President of the PA Academy of Family Physicians joined the KDKA Morning News to discuss the importance of flu vaccines.
Flu and cold season will be here before you know it, and now is the time to prepare with the flu vaccine.
Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health released its latest numbers on flu activity in the state.
The Allegheny County Health Department is getting involved to spread the word about the flu shot.
Donna Machen of Fox Chapel is leaving for Cuba soon on a mission trip. Among her vaccinations was the flu shot because she had the virus once before.
Although we are in the midst of flu season, the flu has been off to a slow start this year.
Duquesne students have the option of a new kind of flu shot — one that doesn’t involve a needle. “I hate needles, first and foremost, so the needleless injection was kind of a no-brainer for me,” admits Zack Sabella.
It’s flu shot season and people with allergies need to pay attention. For instance, if you have asthma and allergies, you will definitely need a flu shot.
Fall is just around the corner and so is flu season. The Allegheny County Health Department is suggesting people get their vaccination now to avoid getting sick later.