FDA Approves First New Flu Drug In DecadesFor the first time in 20 years, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug to fight the flu.
First Person Dies From The Flu In ConnecticutSo far, 22 people have been hospitalized with the flu statewide.
Health Watch: Doctors Urging Vaccines As First Child Dies From FluHealth officials in Florida have confirmed that a child is the first death in the U.S. due to the flu this season.
Diabetes Treatment And New Dementia Link Part Of Big Week In MedicineCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez took a look at all the top health stories.
Drop In Flu Vaccination Rates Sees Rise In Infection DeathsThe Centers For Disease Control confirmed on Thursday that last year's flu season was one of the worst ever.
Doctors Urging Shots, Not Nasal Spray, For Children's Flu ProtectionThe American Academy of Pediatrics is is recommending all children six months and older get a flu shot.
Dogs May Be Next Source Of Deadly Flu Pandemics, Study FindsA new report is now warning that the next deadly flu pandemic may be carried by dogs.
University Offers $3,500 To Get Sick And Stay At 'Hotel Influenza'St. Louis University is willing to fund your vacation under one condition: you have get sick and agree to stay at "Hotel Influenza."
Young Firefighter Who Lost Hands, Feet To Flu Leaves HospitalWill McCue, a volunteer firefighter who lost both his hands and feet from the flu, is expected to be released from the hospital today.
Bill Gates Commits $12 Million To Help Find A Universal Flu VaccineAfter a devastating flu season around the world, Bill Gates is joining the search for a universal vaccine for the potentially deadly virus.
Spring Flu Or Allergies? Influenza Season Not Over YetFlu season peaked in February and has decrease dramatically in the Tri-State Area, but flu seasons have long tails and we may see cases even into May.
19-Year-Old Volunteer Firefighter Loses Both Hands, Feet To FluThe New City engine house and his old football team are now raising money to pay for prosthetics.