Come down with a bug? Use DailyMail.com's guide to tell whether it's Covid, flu or RSV
DailyMail.com created a guide to inform Americans which respiratory virus is responsible for any flu-like symptoms they may be feeling this winter, whether a cold, RSV or COVID-19.
5 hours ago - Daily Mail
Flu Season Raged Over Thanksgiving
The CDC reports that hospitalizations for confirmed flu cases nearly doubled during Thanksgiving week.
2 days ago - Web MD - 2 articles
Flu season worsens as 44 states report high activity
The U.S. flu season keeps getting worse
2 days ago - ABC News - 2 articles
Is there a children's Tylenol or Motrin shortage? What parents need to know
Some parents are having a tough time finding children's cold, flu and fever medications like Tylenol and Motrin. Is there a shortage? Here's what to know.
2 days ago - NBC News
Flu hospitalizations hit 12-year high for this time of year
Hospitalizations for influenza are the highest they have been at this time of year since 2010, the CDC reported Friday. There have been at least 8.7 million illnesses, 78,000...
2 days ago - Healio
Under Musk, Twitter has stopped enforcing covid "misinformation" policy
It is now okay to tweet whatever is on your mind about the Wuhan coronavirus without fear of censorship or a ban on Twitter. Now that Elon Musk is in charge, Twitter is no...
2 days ago - Natural News
Dog Flu Is Back, Too
Canine influenza can spread quickly through shelters, kennels and day care facilities, although most dogs will recover on their own, experts said.
2 days ago - NY Times
Americans should get flu jabbed and covid boosted this holiday season, says Biden official: "That's why God gave you two arms"
Did you know that the reason why you have two arms instead of one or none is because God wanted you to get a vaccine in each arm: one for the Wuhan coronavirus and the other...
2 days ago - Natural News
Flu, RSV Infecting Children at Staggering Rates
More pediatric wards across the country are announcing crises as beds reach capacity. WebMD Health News
3 days ago - Medscape
Apple conspires with Beijing to suppress dissent and silence the masses who are being tortured into slave labor at Apple iPhone factories
It has come to light that tech giant Apple has restricted the use of AirDrop in communist China where citizens are protesting the Xi Jinping regime's implementation of yet...
3 days ago - Natural News - 6 articles
The headlines of Master Doctor
‘Acts of terrorism': NSW Police issue $1 million reward over 1982 Israeli...
In December 1982, a bomb exploded in front of the Israeli Consulate in Sydney CBD injuring multiple people before an explosive device was detonated in the basement of a Jewish...
High-harm offenders, hot cars and burgs: How police catch ‘the worst of the...
It's not for the faint-hearted, but detectives at the Regional Investigations Unit love their job catching some of WA's biggest and baddest criminals.
Statins' success may be fuelling obesity crisis by discouraging patients...
Around eight million Britons take statins to lower their cholesterol, and up to nine million are on medications to lower blood pressure. But it may distract people from...
Socceroos scatter, but should smell the roses as they go
In Doha, the Socceroos were part footballers, part marketing men. They had their country's rapt attention and made a great fist of both.
'Science Is Not Done on Rumble': What We Heard This Week
"Science is not done on Rumble." - Katrine Wallace, PhD, of the University of Illinois in Chicago, commenting on the anti-vaccine documentary "Died Suddenly" that premiered on...
Donald Trump rebuked by both parties after calling to suspend US Constitution
House Democratic leader Hakeem Jeffries said Republicans will have to make a choice whether to continue embracing Trump's anti-democratic views or not.
Model takes to TikTok to explain disadvantages of being beautiful
Model Emily Adonna has taken to TikTok to explain the disadvantage of being beautiful, saying 'pretty privilege' is real.
Saka seals win for England
Bukayo Saka's goal made it 3-0 to England, as they cruised into the quarter-finals.
Kane doubles England's lead
Harry Kane got his first goal of the tournament as England doubled their lead against Senegal.
Earthquake strikes off Tonga, tsunami advisory issued for American Samoa
A tsunami advisory was issued for American Samoa and the earthquake could soon impact nearby coasts, Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said.