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  1. Flu cold sneeze virus

    Whether it’s the flu or monkeypox, here’s how to avoid picking up a virus

    Should you move away if someone at the next table is sneezing? And how long does a virus survive on surface tops? CNA Lifestyle asks an expert.
  2. Woman getting her flu vaccine.

    Commentary: Now may be a good time to get your flu vaccine

    Getting vaccinated early is better than not at all, says Ian Barr, Deputy Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre of Reference and Research on ...
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    WHO launches strategy to fight 'inevitable' flu pandemics

  4. A triage surge tent is seen outside Loma Linda University Health Center for patients infected with

    Up to 84,000 Americans hospitalized with flu in past three months: CDC

    An estimated 69,000 to 84,000 Americans were hospitalized due to the flu in the last three months, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A sign advertising adult flu shots adorns the wall inside the Dallas County Department

    Flu shots tied to lower risk of premature death with heart failure

    People with heart failure who get flu shots may be less likely to die prematurely than their counterparts who don't get vaccinated, a Danish study ...
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    Is your family in perpetual flu hell? Women may suffer from it more than men

    A study has found that the reason may be physiological. If you're juggling family and work, here’s how you can minimise catching the virus and ...
  7. Sick with  the flu? You should have gotten a vaccination.

    Commentary: Flu vaccine not effective? Think again

    Common misperceptions about the effectiveness of the flu vaccine is one reason holding us back from getting vaccinated, says the Saw Swee Hock ...
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    FDA approves first new flu drug in almost two decades

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    Commentary: The flu, a global threat the world is poorly prepared for

    A universal flu vaccine may hold the key but until then, countries need to press on with immunisation programmes, says one health expert.