Flu Lands in Unpredictable Places; Cold Weather Not Cause

Although most children grow up hearing that they'll catch the flu if they play in the snow without a scarf, weather has very little to do with which regions get more flu, doctors say. "It's actually not that predicable," said Dr. Jon Abramson, who specializes in pediatric infectious diseases at Wake Forest Baptist Health in North Carolina. Mississippi has had the most reported cases of influenza-like illness in the United States so far this season, according to the Centers for Disease...Full Story
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