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Sick? People Say They Still Go To Work, Even When They Shouldn't

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A Chipotle Mexican Grill was closed in Boston on Tuesday. According to a Boston College spokesman, 120 students have gotten sick after eating at the fast-food chain. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Chipotle Faces Another Foodborne Illness Outbreak, This Time In Boston

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Mohonk Mountain House, a resort 90 miles north of New York City, is closed while crews sanitize the facilities after an outbreak of gastrointestinal illness. Jim Smith/AP hide caption

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People line up at a Duane Reade pharmacy in New York behind a sign announcing the recent flu outbreak. Andrew Kelly/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Bad Flu Season Overshadows Other Winter Miseries

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An electron micrograph of human norovirus. Charles D. Humphrey/CDC Public Health Image Library ID 10708 hide caption

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