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  1. Flu

    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.
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    California hit hardest of 49 flu-affected states in US

  4. A nurse vaccinates a patient as part of the start of the seasonal influenza vaccination campaign in

    3 more flu-related deaths in Hong Kong

  5. Flu

    What Australia's record-breaking flu season means for Singapore

  6. Hong Kong hospital

    Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam calls for measures to cope with deadly flu outbreak

  7. Roche Tamiflu

    Flu meds do not harm unborn babies: Study

    Unborn children suffer no harm when their mothers take flu medication during pregnancy, a study of 700,000 women said Wednesday.
  8. Elina Svitolina

    Tennis: Svitolina claims Taiwan Open title

    Top seed Elina Svitolina of Ukraine won the Taiwan Open on Sunday after beating China's Shuai Peng in a convincing victory.
  9. Tennis: Nadal subdues Monfils to break quarter-final drought

    Tennis: Nadal, Serena reach Australian Open quarter-finals

    Rafael Nadal struggled into his first Grand Slam quarter-final since 2015 at the Australian Open on Monday, as Serena Williams accelerated towards ...
  10. File photo of a nurse preparing an H1N1 flu vaccine shot at a hospital in Budapest

    Increase in number of flu cases at polyclinics: MOH

    Some general practitioners Channel NewsAsia spoke with say the flu symptoms seem harder to shake off and are more "uncomfortable"