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Help shorten the surge and safely celebrate Labor Day

By Hannah Echols UAB News After a year of virtual holidays and celebrations, Alabama residents saw a brief return to near normal in May and June 2021,...

Ellis: Cold and Flu Season During COVID-19

By Glenn Ellis “Both COVID-19 and flu can spread from person-to-person, between people who are in close contact with one another (within about six feet)....

Ellis: When COVID-19 Collides with Flu Season

By Glenn Ellis Back in February, government officials expressed disbelief, as they announced that as many as 69,000 people might die from the impending COVID-19...

How to Keep Flu Germs from Spreading in Your Home

Adam Pope UAB News Flu season can take its toll on your health, but one way to fight the virus is to stop the spread of...

Ellis: Thinking about getting a flu shot? Now’s the Time

By Glenn Ellis As summer becomes a faint memory for most of us, winter is just around the corner. This year’s Farmer’s Almanac has a...

Children’s of Alabama on How Parents Can Protect Kids from the...

childrensal.org In Alabama, most school systems begin the new school year while it’s still late summer, but back-to-school time means flu season is just around...

You’re Coughing, Sneezing and Sniffling. But Is it a Cold or...

By Glenn Ellis It's a question that puzzles lots of folks when those familiar symptoms hit: Is all that coughing and sneezing from a cold...

Know the risks: When kids get colds and flu the best...

By Glenn Ellis The common cold season is here, and if you have children, you will likely feel their suffering from these annoying upper respiratory...

October Marks the Beginning of Flu Season

Special to The Times According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, October marks the beginning of flu season in the United States. It...

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