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.
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
Is It Simply A Cold, Or The Dreaded Flu?Influenza has hit hard and early this season. If you get sick, is it a simple cold, or do you have the flu?
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.
Spike Of Flu Cases In Colorado, More Than Most StatesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there's a spike in flu cases, with Colorado running at a higher level than most states in the U.S.
Say Hello To The Flu In ColoradoFever, chills, aches, and cough? There's a good chance it could be influenza, which has hit Colorado within the past week or so, and expected to increase in the time to come.
Visitors Restricted At Area Hospitals During Flu SeasonSeveral hospitals across Colorado have implemented restrictions on who can visit patients in their facilities.
Why You Still Should Have Gotten That 'Lousy' Flu ShotIf you think the flu season is over in Colorado, think again. A different strain is now sickening people, and is expected lurk around for another month or so. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida reports, it's been an extra bad flu, and he has some facts on how flu attacked Colorado this year.
Is It Safe To Delay Your Child's Immunizations?There’s not only the problem of skipping childhood vaccines—there’s also risk from delaying immunizations. Yet a new study shows most doctors are willing to “spread out” vaccinations in order to ease the fears of parents who worry that too many vaccines can harm a child. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, there’s no evidence to back up those fears.
Colorado Still Reporting Widespread Flu ActivityForty-four states are still reporting widespread flu activity, including Colorado.

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