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FLU RESTRICTIONS (Effective January 8): Due to a steady increase in flu cases in our community and in our hospitals, children age 12 and younger should not visit people in Cone Health hospitals. Get the Details
Follow these tips to stop the flu from spreading at work and home, and learn how employee health services through Cone Health can help your team fight the flu.
While the flu can spread from person-to-person year-round, February and March are the most active months for influenza. Do you know how to protect yourself from flu germs this flu season?
Kimberly Harris, MSN, FNP-C, shares tips for what to do if you catch the flu and how to protect yourself in the first place.
Flu season is coming. Here's what you need to know about flu symptoms, flu prevention and treatment options.
Germs are nasty little creatures that can make us all very sick. Here are five ways they can be spread.
Flu season is in full swing and it’s hitting hard in North Carolina.
Melissa Morgan, MSN, RN, CIC, CPDT, FAPIC, shares what you need to know to be prepared for flu season, including information on vaccines and how to prevent flu germs from spreading.
With kids back in class and flu season coming up, it's important for your child’s immune system to be strong. Here are 5 ways to strengthen kids’ immune systems.
Learn more from Cone Health specialists about where to go when you need medical attention, tips for healthy spring feet, and springtime safety for kids.
Do you know the difference between a cold and allergies? Both cause sneezing and a runny nose. Knowing the difference can lead to a faster recovery.