HEALTH BEAT Where have all the flu germs gone?
Every winter I can count on doing at least one story about the extent of seasonal influenza. This year? Nothing, nada, zilch. I can't remember the last time this happened.
So what gives? It seems... Posted on 4/13/10 at 11:23 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER State settles in for long flu fight
State health officials are tweaking their H1N1 swine influenza guidelines as Minnesota settles in for an unpredictable flu fight that could last months.
Doctors and clinicians have sent more than 400 ... Posted on 5/4/09 at 12:56 PM
Dakota County Public Health has scheduled six clinics throughout the county, including Hastings, offering the H1N1 flu vaccine. There are no health restrictions or age restrictions (except for being six months or older).
Dakota County has received additional supplies of the H1N1 vaccine and people 6 months to 64 years old can be vaccinated at Dakota County Clinics. There is one in Hastings and several in Dakota County in the coming week.
Dakota County has received additional supplies of the H1N1 vaccine and people 6 months to 64 years old can be vaccinated at Dakota County Clinics. People 65 and older who care for an infant younger than 6 months can also be vaccinated.
Dakota County Public Health Department has scheduled H1N1 flu clinics for healthy children from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Northern Service Center, 1 Mendota Road W., West St. Paul, and the Western Service Center, 14955 Galaxie Ave., Apple Valley.
Minnesota News SAN FRANCISCO — When the coughing stops is probably a better sign of when a swine flu patient is no longer contagious, experts said after seeing new research that suggests the virus can still spread many days after a fever goes away.
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