CDC: Flu hits epidemic level in U.S.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that this flu season has officially reached the level of an epidemic in the United States. Epidemic means the actual number of deaths exceed the expected number of deaths. For the week that ended Jan. 5, the CDC said 47 states reported widespread flu activity. Story | CDC's FluView

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