With the flu, basically you're bed-bound.
They exposed their vulnerable grandparents to the flu.
Ricky was "L" but he's home with the flu, Lizzie, our "O," had some homework to do, Mitchell, "E" prob'ly got lost on the way, So I'm all of the love that could make it today.
The flu made me feel weak and I'm getting some pain in my joints so I could not bowl as fast as I wanted.
(Jerod) is battling the flu. He wrestled well, he's doing the things we've been working on in practice - getting his shots high and finishing hard.
Of course, we don't know how the bird flu situation will turn out. But, I see no strong reasons we won't see a three to four dollar (per hundredweight) seasonal cattle rally in the first quarter.
However, if bird flu results in a permanent reduction in world poultry production, an increase in red meat production might eventually be required, resulting in increased feed consumption in the long term. Domestic demand prospects also remain strong due to increasing livestock production and expanding ethanol production. These developments should support increased corn consumption well beyond the 2005-06 marketing year.
Simply washing your hands during cold and flu season is a much more effective way of preventing colds.
We're going to need very large volumes of flu vaccine for the pandemic. Having access to this additional capacity will be a big benefit for us.
There is some sense that the U.S. government wants to spread the vaccine business for pandemic flu equally in order to diversify its risk.
Flu season is pretty much over.
We are losing the battle against this particular avian influenza outbreak. It is a very nasty bird flu virus.
We are watching very closely to see how the disease associated with bird flu, when it hits humans, is evolving.
The flu-casters would draw out the maps and keep people engaged at regular intervals ... beaming it from the WHO bunker.
We are taking advice on the vaccinations against avian flu, and in the meantime we will continue to give our six ravens as much care and attention as they need.
With the way the avian flu is spreading in Turkey we don't know what it may do when it reaches the United States.
Our system is not designed to ensure that there are early flu shots available to those who need them most.
Many, particularly elderly people who are accustomed to getting flu shots from private physicians or those in nursing homes and institutional settings, are not able to get their flu shots. Health departments, which customarily plan on having clinics in mid to late October are having to postpone or cancel until such time as they get an adequate supply of vaccine.
There's no way to predict the flu season.
My advice to patients is to remain calm. High resistance rates have been observed in human flu as well, generally without detrimental clinical effects.
We cannot kill all the chickens and ducks to prevent bird flu from spreading among them and to humans; therefore, we have to make sure the chickens, ducks and humans do not mingle together.
If the avian flu were to hit here, it would be like having a Category 5 viral hurricane hit every single state simultaneously.
There is an excellent chance for Europe to contain the Asian flu.
It's inevitable that when the flu pandemic comes...it will have a very serious impact on the health of our country.
In a normal winter flu year... flu actually kills in excess of 12,000 people.