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US flu season poised to be milder than last year's harsh one

NEW YORK (AP) " It's early, but the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter's unusually brutal one, U.S. health officials said.In most parts of the country, most illnesses right now are being caused by a flu strain that leads to fewer hospitalizations and deaths as the kind...

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Experts predicting a milder flu season this year

It's early, but officials say the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter's unusually brutal one.

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US flu season appears milder, one year after brutal one

It's early, but the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter's unusually brutal one, U.S. health officials said.

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Flu is widespread in US with 7.3 million people sick, but experts see a milder season

As many as 7.3 million people have been sick with the flu since the season began in October, with between 69,000 and 84,000 people hospitalized for treatment, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.         

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US flu season appears milder, one year after brutal one

NEW YORK (AP) " It's early, but officials say the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter's unusually brutal one.In most parts of the country right now, the flu strain causing the most illness is a somewhat milder virus. It tends not to cause as many hospitalizations and...

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Flu is widespread in US with 7.3 million people sick, but experts see a milder season

As many as 7.3 million people have been sick with the flu since the season began in October, with between 69,000 and 84,000 people hospitalized for treatment, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.        

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It's early, but the current flu season is shaping up to be gentler than last winter's unusually brutal one, U.S. health officials said.

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