CDC Warns Second Wave Of Flu Has BegunIn a March 23 release the CDC announced that overall flu cases are finally dropping however, "Influenza B" cases have jumped above the more common "Influenza A" virus.
MDH: 5th Flu-Related Child Death ReportedHealth officials say a fifth child has died in Minnesota from the flu this season.
Flu Remains Widespread In Minnesota, With 261 More HospitalizationsNationally, the Centers for Disease Control said 84 children have died from flu complications since October.
Nearly Half Of Elementary School's Kids Out With The FluThe Minnesota Department of Health does not recommend closing a school to prevent the spread of the flu.
How Can You Flush The Flu From Your House?A lot of people think that once the flu is gone, you need to disinfect your home from top to bottom.
How To Avoid A 2nd Case Of The FluThe flu is rampant in Minnesota and in Wisconsin, and it can be deadly.
38-Year-Old Teacher Died After Not Getting Flu Meds Due To High Price, Husband SaysHeather Holland, a second-grade teacher and mother of two, reportedly held off getting her prescription drugs because of a $116 copay.
With Flu Getting Worse, Klobuchar Calling For More Vaccine ResearchPulling up to emergency room doors has been a consistent site for sick Minnesotans this year, even for medical professionals.
Demand For Tamiflu Spikes As Flu Numbers Top Total For Last 2 SeasonsAs of now, the current flu season has seen more than 3,800 hospitalizations. The 2014-2015 season finished with 4,138 reported hospitalizations.
Flu Season Showing Few Signs Of Letting GoAccording to the Minnesota Department of Health, this flu season is shaping up to be among the more severe of recent years.
More Than 100 Outbreaks In Schools As Flu Remains WidespreadFlu season is here and it's getting worse, especially in schools.
Woman Misdiagnosed With Flu, Actually Has Flesh-Eating InfectionAn Arizona mother of three, who was initially diagnosed with the flu, has been hospitalized after she was found to be suffering from a flesh-eating virus instead.