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Weekend Journal: It's The Most WonderFLU Time Of The Year!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Big family dinners, homemade desserts, thoughtful presents– merriment all around! Oh, and the flu.

Fortunately, we can all take preventive actions to steer clear of the virus. 259 more words


FDA approves first seasonal influenza vaccine containing an adjuvant

November 24, 2015

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Fluad, the first seasonal influenza vaccine containing an adjuvant. Fluad, a trivalent vaccine produced from three influenza virus strains… 676 more words

New Drug Approval

Neuraminidase inhibitor use in the elderly: where are we?

Dr Tristan Clark is associate professor in infectious diseases at the University of Southampton. Here he gives an update on neuroaminidase inhibitor use in older people, and invites readers to participate in a… 396 more words


Global Swine Influenza Vaccines Market 2015 Industry Analysis, Forecasts, Study, Research, Outlook, Shares, Insights and Overview

Global Swine Influenza Vaccines Industry 2015 Market Overview, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Technology, Applications, Growth, Market Status, Demands, Insights, Development, Research and Forecast 2015-2020.

The report titled Swine Influenza Vaccines provides valuable insights into the factors driving and restraining the global Swine Influenza Vaccines market Research 2015. 86 more words

Tips and tricks to get through cold & flu season

Cold and flu season is upon us! Your family may likely experience a cold, flu or some combination of the two. We asked one of our nurse’s on the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile® to tell us what the difference is between a cold and flu and some ways you can prepare your family this season. 7 more words

Is There Really a Flu Season?

We often hear about the flu season along with dire predictions about how bad it will be the next six months or so.

Is there really a flu season?   716 more words

Georgia prepares for potential bird flu outbreak

By BRITTANY MAHER MARIETTA, Ga. – As the winter season draws near, the state of Georgia is taking precautions for a potential bird flu outbreak. The avian influenza virus, known as H5N1, is considered to be the biggest threat the state’s agricultural industry has ever seen. 16 more words

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