It seems like everyone I know is sick, and I can't afford the time off work if I come down with something. I'm trying to eat and sleep well and wash my hands often, but now I'm regretting that I didn't get a flu shot this year. Is it too late?
A pregnant, registered nurse from Pennsylvania is out of a job after refusing to get a flu-shot required by her employer.
Hey, dum-dums! It's flu time again! Epidemic o'clock! Let's all get shots and not die and not kill the elderly and infect delicate babies with our germs, shall we? Yes. Yes, let's. Go get a fucking flu shot already.
I never get flu shots — not because I'm lazy or have a blatant disregard for my health and the health of those around me, more because I just...don't. Preventative, blah blah. But maybe I'll reconsider: Tamiflu, the flu treatment included in a list of "essential medicines" by the World Health Organization and stocked…
If you've been feeling like this flu season will never end, you're not alone. According to monthly reports, 3.3 percent of Americans reported having the flu during February (typically the peak of flu season), as opposed to the 2.2% of Americans who reported the same illness in February of last year.
A study says one in two dudes exaggerate and are likely to call a cold a "flu" and a headache a "migraine." Try having cramps, jerks! [Daily Mail]
Everything your college roommate told you is true. Well, at least about the magic healing powers of the cranberry. Cranberry juice, long guzzled by paranoid sexually active women everywhere in an attempt to save themselves from the agonizing pain of a urinary tract infection, has been confirmed as having legit…