Flu cases, hospitalizations, deaths continue to surge across US

The number of flu cases, hospitalizations and deaths this season are rapidly increasing, according to data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So far this season,…

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Flu cases continue to rage across the US while vaccination rates lag

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that, so far this season, influenza has already claimed 1,300 lives in the U.S. and also estimates there have been at least…

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Flu cases, hospitalizations, deaths nearly doubled in the past week

Flu cases, hospitalizations, and deaths have nearly doubled in the past week, with the southeast and south-central regions of the U.S. being hit the hardest. There have been an estimated…

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DA to review cases involving LA cop accused of CBS tip off

Los Angeles County prosecutors will try to decide whether criminal cases were tainted by a former LAPD captain who allegedly leaked a confidential sexual assault report to an accused Hollywood mogul

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WHO: Tuberculosis cases rise for the first time in years

GENEVA — The number of people infected with tuberculosis, including the kind resistant to drugs, rose globally for the first time in years, according to a report issued Thursday by…

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Monkeypox cases in US fall, hit lowest level since June: CDC

Monkeypox cases are continuing to decline in the United States as the outbreak keeps showing signs of receding. As of Oct. 12, the U.S. recorded a seven-day average of 60…

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Flu cases on the rise as US prepares for possibly severe season, data shows

Influenza cases are rising in the United States as the country prepares for a potentially severe season. During the week ending Oct. 1– the latest date for which data is…

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COVID cases on the rise in Europe could spell trouble for US

As colder weather arrives and people head indoors in Europe, a COVID-19 wave may be looming on the continent — and could signal what’s to come for the United States….

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Australia updates law to protect data after Optus hack

The Australian government has announced changes to its telecommunications law to protect vulnerable customers after personal details were stolen in a major cyberattack on the nation’s second-largest wireless carrier

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Why COVID cases are not rising dramatically despite schools being open

Most children in the United States have returned to school for the year as districts aim to bring kids back to a setting that resembles the pre-pandemic normal. Masks are…

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