If you haven't gotten a flu shot already, it's too late for one to make any difference in your health.
Flu activity — meaning the flu is still making people sick — lasts only from November to February.
For the period Oct. 1 through Dec. 30, 2017, the CDC "characterized" 686 influenza viruses — and that's a lot of viruses. Characterization helps assess how one virus is related to another virus. Which of these influenza viruses did the agency NOT characterize?
This most troublesome flu virus now is the H1N1 virus.
Which of these groups of people are more at risk from the flu and its complications?
Flu shots aren't really necessary.
Which of these happens when you get the flu?
I'm not sure I have the flu. I understand I can have a flu test to know for sure.
You can take actions to prevent flu from spreading. Which of these is NOT effective?
So, remind me again why I should get a flu shot?