1. US Flu Season Ebbing, but Cases Still Widespread: CDC  HealthDay
  2. Could dogs be the source of a new flu?  Phys.Org
  3. Is dog flu coming? Scientists warn a mix of animal viruses could spread from dogs to people  Daily Mail
  4. 2 more flu-related deaths reported, bringing total to 57 in CT  WFSB
  5. 5 More San Diegans Die from Flu, Weekly Cases Hit Seasonal High  countynewscenter.com
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Though flu season has probably peaked, beware: Influenza is still widespread in much of the United States, federal health officials said Friday.Though flu season has probably peaked, beware: Influenza is still widespread in much of the United States, federal health officials said Friday.

U.S. Flu Season Ebbing, but Cases Still Widespread: CDC

Results from a 10-year study suggest two strains of influenza that could mix and form a dangerous new strain of influenza spread by dogs.

Could dogs be the source of a new flu?

Researchers from Korea University have found dog flu can combine with bird or swine flu to mutate into a highly infectious strain which is likely to spread to people from their pet dogs and cats.Researchers from Korea University have found dog flu can combine with bird or swine flu to mutate into a highly infectious strain which is likely to spread to people from their pet dogs and cats.

Is dog flu coming? Scientists warn a mix of animal viruses could spread from dogs to people | Daily Mail Online

Numbers released by the state’s Dept. of Public Health on Thursday showed 11 more deaths related to the flu were reported in the past week.Numbers released by the state’s Dept. of Public Health on Thursday showed 11 more deaths related to the flu were reported in the past week.

2 more flu-related deaths reported, bringing total to 57 in CT | News | wfsb.com

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Five new influenza deaths were reported last week, and flu cases went up as well, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today.Five new influenza deaths were reported last week, and flu cases went up as well, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today.

5 More San Diegans Die from Flu, Weekly Cases Hit Seasonal High | News | San Diego County News Center