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Six Feet, 48 Hours, 10 Days: How to Avoid Flu via The Wall Street Journal

Cases of the flu spiked across the U.S. in December. Even in a mild year, influenza kills as many as 12,000 people in the U.S., even more alarming, a bad year can cause as many as 56,000 deaths. The flu vaccine is the most effective way to prevent yourself from catching or spreading the flu. Right now we are offering free flu shots with no appointment needed when you bring in this coupon or coupon code: COUFF. A… Read More

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Flu season: To mask or not to mask? That is the question

Flu is upon us and everyone — neighbors, friends, loved ones and that co-worker coughing up a lung in the next cubicle – seems infected. What’s a healthy person to do? Put on one of those germ-proof head-to-toe suits like in the movie Outbreak? Well, if you recall, it didn’t save Kevin Spacey. So in the midst of the worst flu season since the 2009 Swine flu scare, the question for some: To mask or not to… Read More

CBS 12: Some parents rushing to get flu shots for their kids, hospitals feeling flu impact

  WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS 12) — The death of a West Palm Beach boy, possibly from the flu, is causing other parents to take notice. Some are deciding they no longer want to put off getting their child a flu shot. An MD Now Urgent Care Clinic in West Palm Beach says they had 130 patients Thursday and at least half of them were people either battling the flu or people who came… Read More


How to Make a Pinhole Camera for the Great American Solar Eclipse

You don't need fancy glasses or equipment to watch one of the sky's most awesome shows: a solar eclipse. With just a few simple supplies, you can make a pinhole camera that lets you watch a solar eclipse safely and easily from anywhere. Before you get started, remember: You should never look at the sun directly without equipment that's specifically designed for looking at the sun. Even using binoculars or a… Read More

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