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With flu fatalities continuing to climb, Taiwan's disease control authorities urged people yesterday to take precautions against the current flu outbreak that is expected to reach its peak during the Lunar New Year holiday.
2012/1/21
The strain of bird flu that killed a Chinese man cannot spread among people, a health agency said Monday, appealing for calm after the country's first reported case of the disease in humans in 18 months.
2012/1/3
A bus driver in southern China who contracted the bird flu virus died Saturday, health authorities said, in the nation's first reported human case of the deadly disease in 18 months.
2012/1/1
Fever phobia is rampant among parents of young children, according to a myth-busting American Academy of Pediatrics report that advises against treatment every time a kid's temperature inches up.
2011/3/1
H1N1 flu could return next month: experts
H1N1 flu is likely to stage a comeback in Taiwan with the number of cases likely to peak around mid-January, according to medical experts. They urged people living and working in Taiwan to take new anti-flu vaccines to cope with flu viruses amid prolonged cold weather.
2010/12/29
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Free inoculations against influenza will be available to the country's residents starting today, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) announced yesterday.
2010/12/1
Newborn babies whose mothers got a flu shot while pregnant are less likely to get the flu or to be admitted to the hospital with a respiratory illness in the first six months of life, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
2010/10/6
Hundreds of people, particularly the elderly, lined up outside hospitals in Taipei Friday to receive free seasonal flu vaccinations, the first day of the government's flu-prevention campaign for this year.
2010/10/2
Sixty-one clusters of outbreaks of influenza viruses have been reported since July, and among them, the AH3 type was the biggest with 44 clusters, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said yesterday.
2010/9/5
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) began a nationwide program to provide free vaccinations against influenza A virus subtype H5N1, also known as bird flu, that is scheduled to last until Sept. 30, the centers said yesterday.
2010/9/2
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