We are only halfway through flu season and seven deaths have already been reported in Allegheny County.
The Allegheny County Health Department says 2,300 flu cases have now been reported.
The Centers for Disease Control says 43 states, including Pennsylvania, are facing high or widespread flu activity.
Medical Epidemiologist Kristen Mertz from the Allegheny County Health Department says officials are putting out the warning now in hopes that those who haven’t already gotten their flu shot this season will get one and soon.
The next time a guy you know gets the flu, you may want to show him a little more sympathy than you normally would.
Health authorities say flu activity is widespread in Pennsylvania, meaning it’s affecting at least half the regions of the state.
Matt Klutka thinks he’s a lucky man even though he’s been fighting cancer for a year.
Health officials are sending out warnings after the number of Whooping Cough cases has doubled the yearly average.
Some chicken and turkey Bravo pet foods are being recalled for possible salmonella contamination.
One person was sickened by Legionella found in the water of a senior high rise building in Sharpsburg.
An elderly man too weak to get up, spent days on the floor after he fell and wasn’t able to call for help.
Dr. Kevin Wong the President of the PA Academy of Family Physicians joined the KDKA Morning News to discuss the importance of flu vaccines.
If you’re feeling under the weather, there’s still good news: you can get free antibiotics.
Think March is too late for the flu? One pediatrician has still been seeing many infected patients.
Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health released its latest numbers on flu activity in the state.