A report released by the Council of Europe on Friday accuses the WHO and European governments of vastly exaggerating the public health risks of swine flu and
The Food and Drug Administration says it has approved the first diagnostic test for 2009 swine flu under its traditional approval system.
An expert panel investigating the World Health Organization's response to last year's swine flu outbreak said Wednesday it wants to see confidential exchanges
Fears of swine flu helped boost vaccination for ordinary seasonal flu last year, with a record 40 percent of adults and children getting the vaccine, federal
The state department of health says it is pulling the plug on its H1N1 flu hotline because it wasn't being used enough.
When Mexico City, a city of 8.7 million, awoke one year ago to confusing news of a new virus, it sent the world on a wild six-month roller-coaster ride of fear
State health officials are still encouraging people to receive H1N1 flu shots as fewer than 11% of Indiana residents have been vaccinated.
The World Health Organization is recommending that swine flu be added to regular flu vaccines next season.
Swine flu cases are down, but health officials say the disease's cumulative impact has grown to 57 million U.S. illnesses, 257,000 hospitalizations and 11,690
The World Health Organization will hold an expert meeting later this month to consider whether the swine flu pandemic's peak has passed.
Is the U.S. swine flu epidemic over? Federal health officials won't go so far as to say that, but on Friday they reported for the fourth week in a row that no
The World Health Organization has rejected as "irresponsible" allegations that swine flu is a fake pandemic.
A new government estimate says swine flu has sickened about 55 million Americans and killed about 11,160.
Swine flu infections continue to drop and only one state — Alabama — was reporting widespread cases last week.
The health department will hold the rescheduled H1N1 clinic on Thursday, January 14, from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Primo South Banquet Hall and Conference
The number of new cases of H1N1 has stabilized across the state. But, the state health commissioner says that doesn’t mean the virus is any less dangerous.