'We're sitting on nine,' CDC says
World health officials investigating possible cases in England, France, Israel, Slovenia and Australia; Hong Kong toll now 111
CDC officials say four cases are 'under scrutiny'
Hong Kong doubles its victim numbers as toll in at least eight countries continues to mount.
WHO issues emergency travel advisory, CDC alerts state and local health officials as fatalities from mystery illness increase in growing number of nations.
WHO issues emergency travel advisory, CDC alerts state and local health officials as list of nations reporting respiratory syndrome cases continues to increase.
Study finds huge increase in deaths, especially in elderly
Exercise helps prevent the common cold, new research says
Tamiflu and Relenza can minimize the misery, but only for some patients
Health officials urge flu shots for all
Only two-thirds immunized against it, and fewer for pneumonia
Six-month-olds are now eligible
Officials urge 'at-risk' individuals to get vaccinated
Lack of rest impairs initial immune response to vaccination
Mouse study suggests they'd work against 1918-like pandemic
Computer study shows vaccination of healthy young adults is worth time, money
Says universal program would drastically cut deaths, hospitalizations
Birds not to blame for devastating worldwide influenza deaths
They can mean a healthier work force, saving companies money
FDA says inhaled flu vaccine doesn't need further trials
Influenza infection attracts pneumonia bacteria
Studies find eating breakfast, avoiding smoking and drinking can keep colds away
Risk is 40% lower among people who were vaccinated
CDC expects activity to pick up in February
Washing your hands is the best protection during winter season
Medicines could increase risk of stroke, heart attack
Some tips for coping with these seasonal maladies
Experts recommend delay in some booster shots
Just-found protein may hint at why some strains are more potent
Largest study finds no adverse reactions
Parents should check for high fever, vomiting, diarrhea when deciding if Junior stays home, doctors say
This cold season, skip the antibiotics in favor of some old-fashioned remedies
'There's not enough flu vaccine to immunize every American,' one manufacturer says.
Recommendations from HHS at odds with one another
Government officials urge the rest of us to chill for a month or two
But vaccine availability should still go to the vulnerable first, say health officials
Blacks less likely than whites to get immunized under Medicare HMOs
But discovery could lead to better vaccines
Too many unanswered questions surround the spray
FDA panel to weigh recommending spray mist that could appeal to the shot-wary
Government officials urge those at risk get vaccines first