Men may suffer more from respiratory ailments than women, new study suggests.
H7N9 is still confined to China, but new research suggests potential for wider transmission
Who should get it, when, and why?
Infection makes it harder to manage diabetes, increases risk of complications, health experts say
Interrupting that process could lead to better ways to treat or prevent flu
U.S. health officials say this season could be a tough one
How to keep everyone else healthy
Study suggests Norwegians hit by H1N1 flu pandemic more likely to develop the autoimmune disease
By late October is best, says American Academy of Pediatrics
Flu shot recommendations for the 2017-2018 season.
Overall child immunization rates fell after CDC advised against the inhaled form, study shows
Vet reminds fair-goers these animals can transmit swine flu
Learn to recognize symptoms
Study rebuts concerns about multiple vaccination timing
Rates of all-cause admission were significantly lower for elderly who got the stronger vaccine, study found
Early results look promising for dissolvable microneedle vaccine
A new outbreak of dog flu is hitting several states.
Humans can't catch it, but new canine virus can make your pet 'sick as a dog'
Immune cells that guard against the virus don't function properly, researchers say
Most are not, a U.S. survey finds, despite the lessons of the 2009 'swine flu' outbreak
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Study found sticky coating shielded mice against H1 strain, could lead to new antiviral treatments
Flu shot study showed that healthy vaccination practices may run in the family
In a twist, the middle-aged were among those hardest hit, CDC says
Researchers estimate about two-thirds of pediatric deaths could be prevented by flu shot
They're concerned about vaccine safety, study shows
No higher rates of complications seen in babies when mom took these meds after 22 weeks of pregnancy
Proteins in nasal mucus might reveal if respiratory infection is caused by virus or bacteria, researchers say
Be aware of unusual health risks in the Caribbean and Central and South America, doctor advises
Overall, it has been 48 percent effective, but more severe H3N2 strain a factor in reduced coverage
Vaccine should be given into the muscle, not the skin, research suggests
Hospitalizations and deaths among kids and adults on the rise