This year's flu season may be a bad one, some medical experts warn

Researchers looked at data from the Southern Hemisphere's waning flu season.
0:34 | 11/30/17

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Federal health officials warned this year's flu season could be especially harsh they're concerned that this year's vaccine. May be only 10%. Effective 10%. That's because of mismatched flu strains used in making the vaccine but doctors insist getting a flu shot is better than not getting one. And there is a dire new warning about the obesity epidemic if the current trends continue. A Harvard study now predicts that 57% of children in the United States today. Will be obese by the time they're 35 years old. Current obesity rate among adults is just under 40%.

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