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This may not be the 'biggest flu season on record', but it is a big one – here are some possible reasons

05:00 EDT 18 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

This year, the number of laboratory-confirmed influenza (flu) virus infections began rising earlier than usual and hit historic highs in some Australian states. If you have been part of any gathering this winter, this is probably not news.

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