It said that chicken soup will cure what ails you, and with all of the germs infecting their way around Colorado, there is no better time to revive the original “Grandma Chicken Soup” recipe. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, research show this soup goes a long way proving Grandma is always right.
The Garth Englund Blood Center in Northern Colorado says it’s having a critical shortage of blood.
You can’t help missing the reports: there is flu everywhere in Colorado. And you really can’t avoid knowing about the flu if you or a loved one have gotten nailed with this nasty bug.
The flu is spreading rapidly across the country and 41 states including Colorado are reporting widespread flu action.
Now there’s a new Facebook app offering a special type of relief. It’s being called the “Flu-Blue” app.
State health officials say more than 200 people in Colorado have been hospitalized with the flu so far this year, and two young children’s deaths have been linked to influenza.
The flu season is well under way in Colorado.
Feeling great one minute … then sick as a dog the next. As expected, flu cases are hitting the Front Range. But so are a number of flu-like illnesses. As Dr. Dave Hnida reports, is it a bug that looks like flu, or is this year’s shot not covering what’s out there?
Doctors across the U.S. are warning this could be a brutal flu season. Already 52 people across Colorado have been hospitalized for the flu.
Does having the flu during pregnancy cause autism? A new study suggests maybe so. Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the actual risk, and what you can do to lower it.