If you have had the flu this year, you are not alone. People all across the area are dealing with it.
It’s high season for respiratory viruses, and health officials say there’s a whole lot of misery going around.
A UPMC doctor feels that if you start feeling sick, you should stay home and stop infecting those around you.
If your child had the flu, would she be able to get early treatment with the medicine Tamiflu?
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.
There are so many different flu shot options this year, do you know which one might be best for you?
Dr. Kevin Wong the President of the PA Academy of Family Physicians joined the KDKA Morning News to discuss the importance of flu vaccines.
With fall right around the corner, flu shots are too.
Think March is too late for the flu? One pediatrician has still been seeing many infected patients.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health reports increased widespread flu activity in the state.
The current flu epidemic raises many questions and concerns, especially with the recent rise of the “super bug.”
If you’re sick with vomiting and diarrhea, it’s just a run-of-the-mill norovirus, right? The kind that easily spreads on cruise ships, schools and nursing homes. Well, yes and no.
Natlie Groves doesn’t feel well. She’s battling the flu. Her mom turned to over-the-counter medicines for relief, but was concerned about the ingredients in all the different options.
Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health released its latest numbers on flu activity in the state.