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There were 11,965 laboratory-confirmed flu-related hospitalizations reported from October 1 to January 20. The number of people infected wit…
The State Board of Health estimates from 250 to one thousand people die from complications of the flu in Massachusetts every year.
The road salt used to keep highways ice-free in the winter are starting to take a toll on the environment.
Governor Baker’s budget has a new health care proposal, and thousands of residents won’t like it.
Visitors who have been exposed to the flu, or have symptoms of flu, are asked to refrain from visiting patients in all Baystate hospitals.
The death toll from the flu outbreak that is gripping the United States is growing.
Public criticism of the German auto industry has escalated on reports that diesel exhaust tests were carried out on both monkeys and humans.
Experts say taking zinc won’t prevent a cold, but may help you recover more quickly if you do get sick.
The Big Y Pharmacy in Springfield told 22News the generic version of the drug Tamiflu is in short supply.
The FDA will make a separate decision on whether to allow the product on the market, and — if so — how it could be marketed to consumers.
The number of flu cases reported in our region in the last week is more than double the number from the same time last year.
Flu is now widespread in 49 states, and at least 37 children have died as a result of the virus so far this season.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus learn about prevention and treatment of flu, colds and other contagious illnesses during the winter.
High school students accused of intentionally exposing classmate to pineapple juice despite knowing about her life-threatening allergy.
Another hospital in western Massachusetts has temporarily changed their visitation policies due to the recent amount of flu cases.
The recalled televisions were sold for use in hotels, government buildings and schools, according to the CPSC.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products and contact VTech for a full refund or a replacement product.
The state Department of Public Health announced that 32 people have died from virus between Aug. 27, 2017 and Jan. 20, 2018.