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The risk of heart attack increases sixfold in the first 7 days after lab-confirmed flu in adults 35 and older.
Some experts say that offering a manual for re-creating an orthopoxvirus is inherently dangerous.
A 20-study meta-analysis finds good evidence of an association between the virus and acute flaccid myelitis.
The findings add more weight to calls for more broadly protective flu vaccines.
Few resources address when contact precautions can be stepped back, and hospital approaches vary.
So far the CDC probe hasn't pointed to a specific food type to guide consumers.
A CDC official says though cases are still being reported, the pace of new reports appears to be slowing.
Flu hospitalizations are also on the rise, with the highest levels in seniors, a pattern often seen in H3N2-dominant seasons.
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