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More citizens roll up their sleeves for flu shots this week

October is the threshold month often leading to flu season, which usually peaks around mid-winter. According to information provided by the Wyoming State Department of Health, last year was one of the most severe flu seasons on record for the […]

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Is it the flu?

Flu versus a cold … how can you tell?

If you wake up feeling fine, and a few hours later feel like a Mack truck just hit you, you probably have the flu. [caption

Washing your hands with soap and water often helps keep you healthy.

Dodging the flu bullet with a bit of soap and water

Outsmarting the flu virus takes a little bit of extra effort and a small dose of ingenuity, but it can be done.  Dr. Richard

North Big Horn Hospital Clinic receptionist Barbara Mitchell models the type of mask that may, in some situations, provide the wearer with some protection from airborne droplets that may contain the flu virus. 
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Flu season

Uptick of confirmed flu cases reported in the area   [caption id="attachment_7542" align="alignright" width="300"] North Big Horn Hospital Clinic receptionist Barbara Mitchell models the type