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What are you most concerned about catching this fall? Probably not the flu, when COVID-19 is so top of mind. But don't let influenza catch you off guard...
This year's flu has presented incredibly widespread activity, a high hospitalization, and a state of emergency in some regions. How did it get so bad?
The CDC estimates that about 40,000 people die annually from influenza and its related complications in the US, so getting a flu shot can literally be lifesaving...
Your best defense against influenza is a flu shot, but here are some things you might not know about the shot and other lines of defense against the flu...
This year is seeing a particularly severe outbreak in flu cases, causing the flu to reach an epidemic status. So why is 2017 such a bad year for influenza?
FluMist is no longer cutting it as an effective flu vaccination, so what can you do to help your child better tolerate a flu shot? Here are some tips...
Attending a Super Bowl party could have you suffering from body aches, fever, and a cough the following week. Learn why you're more likely to catch the flu...
Groundbreaking research may pave the way to a universal, single-use vaccine that can protect against a wider range of flu strains.
Avian flu is in the news again with a recent outbreak in the United States in Canada. Don't panic - here's what you need to know to stay safe and healthy.
Knowing what illness you have is important not only for ensuring that you take the right medication, but also for preventing possible complications.
MeMD physician assistant Jennifer McClendon was interviewed by ABC News about connecting with patients by computer.
Some doctors’ offices are now consulting patients over the phone and online - asking patients not to come into the office to avoid spreading the flu.
With flu season kicking into high gear, many people looking to get medical care turn to the internet instead of dragging themselves to their doctor's office.
Since seeking care upon the onset of symptoms shortens the duration of the flu, many people have found ehealthcare to be a stress-free way to treat the flu.
Sometimes it's difficult to figure out if the bug you’ve got is a cold or the dreaded flu. Take our quiz to get a better idea of what might be ailing you.
Behold the cold and flu aisle, stocked with products that promise to ease congestion, fevers and sore throats - but which will be the most effective for you?
Influenza is a condition that affects young and old alike. But how much do you really know about the flu virus? Test your knowledge with this true or false quiz.
While Ebola is a concern, it is unlikely to become widespread in the United States. On the other hand, these five diseases closer to home should trouble you.