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L.A. NOWThree more influenza-related deaths in San Diego County have pushed the seasonal total to 43, the second highest on record, county health officials reported Wednesday. But "on a positive note," new lab-confirmed flu cases declined for the fourth...
There have been no reported cases of the new H7N9 avian flu in the U.S., officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control said Friday. In China, however, the numbers of victims continue to creep up, with 16 people in four provinces having been...
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California hasn’t suffered from the flu as much as some other parts of the country have, with their hospital ERs clogged with patients struggling with fevers, breathing problems and other symptoms typical of influenza. But as public health...
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L.A. NOWEleven more people have died from influenza-related causes in San Diego County, health officials said Wednesday, bringing the total this season to 30....
L.A. NOWFive more people in San Diego County have died from influenza-related causes, bringing the tally of flu deaths to 19 for the season, health officials announced Wednesday. The 19 ranged in age from 46 to 97 and all but one......
Re "Flu's sticking point," Jan. 19 I read your article with great interest, looking forward to my fellow nurses explaining how important it is for people — healthcare workers in particular — to get their yearly flu shot. Instead, I learned...
The flu season has gotten off to its quickest start in nearly a decade, a sign that it could be a bad year for the illness, officials said on Monday. Dr. Thomas Frieden, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, urged people to get...
Finally ready for a flu shot? First of all, what took you so darn long? Second, you might need a little patience. CVS Caremark and Rite Aid say they're running out of flu vaccines in some states as the unusually severe flu season drives up demand....
L.A. NOWPublic health officials said there is no shortage of the flu vaccine anywhere in California, despite anecdotal reports of people having a difficult time finding a place to get the shot....
L.A. NOWThe teen newspaper L.A. Youth has struggled financially in recent years, reeling from the loss of foundation grants and corporate donations that were a primary source of funding, its leaders said. It's board of directors voted Thursday to end its 25-...
Wednesday night was probably the first time a singer used the phrase “hemagglutinin” onstage at the Echo. Longtime L.A. punk fans know that can mean only one thing -- local heroes Bad Religion were playing a rare club-sized show, and its...
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