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Flu Update for the Philadelphia Region

Mar 06, 2018 by Total Access Medical

Finally we are in a down turn on influenza for our region! Reported cases and hospitalizations are both decreasing.

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The Taming of the Flu: To Tamiflu or Not to Tamiflu.

Feb 27, 2018 by Total Access Medical

That is the question. With flu season supposedly nearing its down turn, it seems like there has been an outburst in the number of house holds and people infected and exposed to the flu this last week in our Philadelphia region.

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Flu reports spike

Feb 23, 2018 by Total Access Medical

 

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February 2018 Flu Review

Feb 15, 2018 by Total Access Medical

This season is seeing the highest Influenza like Illness (ILI) since the 2009 H1N1 Flu pandemic.

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Flu Update

Feb 09, 2018 by Total Access Medical

There have been over 98 severe cases of the Flue reported and 7 deaths in our area. 78% of hospitalizations were for Influenza A. 6 Influenza outbreaks have occurred at long term living facilities.

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Flu Update for the Philadelphia Region

Feb 02, 2018 by Total Access Medical

Flu -like illness is reportedly still increasing throughout our region, according to our public health department.

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Flu Update For The Philadelphia Region

Jan 24, 2018 by Total Access Medical

This week of January 22 2018 has numbers climbing nationally and locally.

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Flu update for the Philadelphia Region

Jan 16, 2018 by Total Access Medical

The Philadelphia Department of Public Health Disease Control gives us weekly Flu updates.

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Do you have the Flu? Here is what you need to do:

Jan 03, 2018 by Total Access Medical

49 states and Puerto Rico have wide spread Flu activity according to the most recent postings by the Centers for Disease Control  (CDC). 12 children have dies thus far from the Flu.

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How Long Does The Flu Last?

Dec 20, 2017 by Total Access Medical

According to Everyday Health the Flu lasts typically one to two weeks. The most severe symptoms such as fever, chills and muscle aches start in the beginning.

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