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422. Decayed 

About my current flu…

Dear hateful pox,

I must protest,

With all my whitest, white blood cells,

Against your new assault.

Although my soul rejoices still, … 31 more words

Eli Woodbine

stomach flu

On call for my patients, I get a call about flu.

The spouse sounds worried. I speak to the sick person.

“Do you have a fever?” 363 more words

Rural Doctor

Flue Season Gearing Up For A Late Start

Flu season may be coming late this year and it could be big. We had Dr. Max Ohikhuare with the San Bernardin County Health Department on to give us tips on how to prevent getting infected with the flu virus and how to treat the virus in the event you become infected. 90 more words

Features

Deadly flu epidemic toning down in western Quebec, now moving east

The worst of the flu season may very well be behind us. According to the latest statistics, the influenza epidemic was at its peak in the Montreal region between Dec. 387 more words

Canada

Get Ready to Rumble

It’s 2017!  New Year, New Goals, New Focus, New Determination, New Breakthroughs!!

It sounds good right?!  Now I just have to make it true.

The last month and a half of 2016 felt like a complete blur and at times like I was an observer watching from the outside.  2,070 more words

Abuse

Catbed days

Having the flu and being so ill with it has put an inglorious end to the 365, I haven’t picked up my camera for a week now, so it isn’t viable. 172 more words

Photography

Those working with older people or the chronically ill should get a flu shot

The flu is a serious health threat to vulnerable populations such as people 65 and older and those living with chronic medical conditions. People in those groups account for the majority of flu hospitalizations and deaths in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 302 more words

Community Health