Wash your hands, football fans: Sending a team to the Super Bowl increases a town's flu deaths by 18 percent.
Researchers take a first step toward combatting influenza without the need for seasonal vaccines.
If you come down with the flu, your doctor is more likely than not to write out a prescription for the wrong type of drug.
The influenza pandemic of 1918 has taught us many lessons and, according to new research, some of them are decidedly low-tech.
There is a good chance that the world isn't going to end.
How to change minds about the need for health care reform? Get out your handkerchief.
Researchers have found that greater use of flu shots was accompanied by a reduction in prescriptions for antibiotics — a blessing for those concerned about overuse.