So you missed the Friday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News. No big deal, here’s a recap of the show.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to CDC influenza expert Dr. Michael Jhung in Atlanta. Jhung says that while this year’s flu season is more severe than past ones, you shouldn’t be too concerned.
Flu activity is widespread across much of the country. And in the state of Pennsylvania, Allegheny County has the most cases.
More people in Westmoreland County have been diagnosed with the flu so far this year than in all of last year.
If you’re coughing and stuffy, you aren’t alone. Doctors are getting pummeled by cases like this.
The flu vaccine is designed to protect against the most commonly circulating strains of the virus expected in a given season.
Allegheny County is off to a head start with this year’s flu season.
Are flu shots good for more than keeping you flu-free? It may be your heart that reaps the benefit, too.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Charles Vukotich, senior project manager at Pitt’s Graduate School of Public Health, about what his SMART program is hoping to discover about people and the spread of disease.
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.
The arrival of cooler temperatures means that flu season is approaching.
The arrival of cooler temperatures means that flu season is just around the corner.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte talked with Dr. Edward Snell, the team physician of the Pittsburgh Pirates and of Allegheny General Hospital.
We’ve all heard about people being inoculated after coming in contact with animals. But orangutans at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium got shots today to protect them from people.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John get their flu shots live on the air from Dr Bruce Dixon and Nurse Sharon Sylvestri.