Just In Time: Grandma's 'Chicken Soup For The Flu' RecipeIf you or a loved one is struck by the flu, it may be time to turn to a tried and true remedy: "Grandma's Chicken Soup" recipe.
Get A Free Flu Shot TodayUCHealth is offering free flu shots at the Bonfils Theatre Complex of the Denver Center for Performing Arts on Tuesday.
Gov. Hickenlooper Rolls Up Sleeve For Flu ShotGov. John Hickenlooper and Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne rolled up their sleeves to get their annual flu shots.
Flu Hospitalizations Up: 'Time To Get Protected Is Now'Generally, Thanksgiving marks the start of the flu season, but that’s not the case this year.
Father Who Almost Died From Flu: Don't 'Go Through What I Went Through'A father of two is encouraging everyone to get a flu shot.
A Warning About This Year's Flu Season From The Land Down UnderThe forecast for this year's flu season is for a nasty one. And it's one that's based on what we are seeing on the other side of the world.
Did You Use One Of These Excuses? I Sure Hope NotIt's not only the holiday season -- it's the start of the flu season. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains why you should be immunized, and why the reasons some people avoid the vaccine simply aren't true.
FluMist Shortage Means More Will Get Flu Shots This YearPediatricians are warning they may not be able to offer FluMist this year to all of their young patients. The good news: there is plenty of the vaccine available in shot form.
Health Experts: This Year's Flu Vaccine Better Than Last Year'sFlu season is quickly approaching and health officials are optimistic that this year's flu vaccine will be more effective than last year's. But they also warn that influenza can be unpredictable.
Flu Mounts Most Serious Challenge In Decade, Vigilance UrgedAs Colorado witness a record number of hospitalizations due to the flu, the CDC said this season's vaccination is merely 23 percent effective in preventing the virus.
This Year's Flu Vaccine Is An Epic Fail ... And What You Can Do About ItIf you think this year's flu shot is going to guarantee good health, think again. The CDC has just announced it is only 23 percent effective -- the worst in years. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains what that means to you--- and the important steps you can still take to protect yourself.
Flu Cases Climb In ColoradoThe number of patients hospitalized by the flu in Colorado continues to climb.

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