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So far the CDC probe hasn't pointed to a specific food type to guide consumers.
By every metric, this H3N2-dominated season is measuring up as a bad one.
Since July 2012, the FDA has approved 12 products that are now on the market.
Protection is 36% overall, 25% against H3N2, 67% against H1N1, and 42% against flu B.
Recall notice says company's products shipped to Fareway grocery stores in 5 Midwestern states.
The percentage of outpatient visits for ILI plummeted last week, but hospitalizations increased.
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