How Does Wisconsin Fare When It Comes To Preventing The Flu?
Ebola has once again risen to the top of newscasts. But doctors and public health officials around the country say they wish a similar state of alarm would exist over the upcoming flu season.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says deaths from flu complications in this country can hit 50,000 in a particularly bad year, and still a few thousand in a good year.
Lake Effect's Mitch Teich speaks with Doctor Mark Hermanoff, an allergist and immunologist and heads up Aurora Health Care’s influenza care management initiative, about flu season.