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Why 'Chase The Flu Shot' Is An Unfair Game

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A Push For Colleges To Prioritize Mental Health

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In this illustration, new viruses emerge from an infected human throat cell. When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny virus factories that help spread the disease. Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus hide caption

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In this illustration, new viruses emerge from an infected human throat cell. When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny virus factories that help spread the disease. Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus hide caption

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Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus