The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the initial “FluView” report for the U.S. 2011–2012 flu season with the message that flu activity is currently low, making this the perfect time to get vaccinated.
With the flu season upon us, the Wayne County Department of Public Health urges residents to get their annual flu vaccines at its Walk-in Family Flu Vaccination Clinic, 9 am to 3 pm, Saturday, Nov. 5.
One out of three U.S. adults plan to skip their flu shot this year, according to an Opinion Research/Select Medical telephone poll.
As a preventive health measure, the Wayne County Department of Public Health is offering flu shots for residents at its clinics in Wayne, Taylor and the Redford area.
University of Michigan researchers believe they have made a significant breakthrough in determining why some people get the flu and others don’t.
If you have a compromised immune system and are getting into the later years of life, it’s strongly recommended that immunization against influenza be obtained every fall.
If you think flu season is over in Michigan, think again.
Dr. Monica Coello, an emergency room physician at Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe says parents need to be alert.
Genesee County Health Department officials say two people have died this year from apparent flu-related illnesses.
Classes are cancelled and students are being asked to keep to their dorm rooms at Albion College after an outbreak of the flu.