North Texas Family Mourns 4-Year-Old Daughter Who Died Of Flu And PneumoniaThe patient was 4-year-old Ashanti Grinich from Garland.
Flu Outbreak Easing At North Texas Middle School With Hundreds Of AbsencesAccording to Coppell ISD, 285 students were out sick on Wednesday. That's fewer than the number reporting flu-like symptoms earlier in the week.
North Texas Middle School Reports More Than 300 Absences Each Of Last 2 Days Due To FluThe flu is hitting students hard at Coppell Middle School West.
2 More Flu-Related Deaths Bring Dallas County Total To 5 This SeasonBoth patients were 82. One was a resident of Dallas the other of Mesquite. No other details were released due to privacy reasons.
Dallas County Reports 3rd And 4th Flu-Related Deaths Of SeasonThe patients' ages are unknown at this time and were residents of Dallas and Sunnyvale.
Dallas County Reports First 2 Flu Deaths Of SeasonThe patient’s ages were 59 and 66 years and were residents of Dallas and Garland.
Confirmed Flu Cases Nearly Double For 2nd Week In A Row In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reports flu cases have nearly doubled over this time last week from 65 cases to 125 new cases.
The Flu Bug Is Back In North Texas"Our data shows that we've had three times the number of flu symptoms as opposed to last year," said Roland Hernandez, the Operations Supervisor at MedStar.
Newly-Approved Flu Drug To Hit North Texas ShelvesThe first flu drug in more than 20 years will soon be in North Texas pharmacies. It's welcome news after the deadliest flu season in at least four decades.
U.S. Approves First New Type Of Flu Drug In 2 DecadesXofluza is a pill that can reduce severity and shorten duration of flu symptoms after one just dose. It was developed by the Roche Group and Shionogi & Co.
Aggressive Measures Underway As Flu Arrives Early In North TexasDallas County is rolling out mobile clinics earlier this year in an aggressive effort to vaccinate as many people as possible as soon as possible.
Worst Of Bad US Flu Season Finally Over As Illnesses Decline The worst of the nation's nasty flu season is finally over.