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.
Ruby Memorial Hospital and WVU Children’s Hospital have new rules for visitors to help curtail the spread of the flu.
The flu season may be peaking about now, but that’s not the only bug making the rounds this winter. In fact, there are several viruses making people sick.
The flu has been deadly this year. Five deaths in Allegheny County, and this could go up.
With the flu in full swing, a local sanitizing company is busy.
The flu emergency continues around the country. The latest numbers are out, and the illness continues to spread. In fact, things are worse in Allegheny County than anywhere else in the state.
To fight the flu, what foods are packed with the nutrients that could help? Look for bright colors. Those foods have anti-oxidants that could keep you healthy.
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.