How bad will it be? How can you tell influenza apart from COVID? When should you get the vaccine? Here's what to know.
Here's what we know about timing coronavirus and influenza vaccines, and what you should do when it's your turn.
There's new federal guidance from the EEOC that explains how vaccination can be mandated at work.
Here's what to know about a dual influenza and coronavirus infection, how it can affect your health and who's most at risk.
There are some similarities between coronavirus and influenza transmission, but also a few scary and distinct differences.
Experts have long worried about the pandemic coinciding with flu season.
Flu season is just getting started, and misinformation about influenza and the coronavirus is already swirling.
Facebook removed a post from President Donald Trump after he falsely claimed the coronavirus is less deadly than the flu.
There are growing concerns among medical experts that a “perfect storm” of both coronavirus and influenza infections will hit during the U.S. flu season.
Addressing anti-vax beliefs or hesitancy means listening first, then meeting someone where they are.
Here's how the coronavirus pandemic measures we're taking stack up against influenza.
Experts share when to get the influenza vaccine and how the coronavirus pandemic may get more dangerous without it.
Buckle up: Here's what dealing with colds, influenza and the coronavirus all at the same time could be like this fall and winter.
In 1918, no one had a vaccine, treatment or cure for the great flu pandemic as it ravaged the world and killed more than 50 million people.
The president continues to push scientifically unsound quick fixes to the coronavirus.
Robert Redfield told The Washington Post that a second wave could be harsher than the current one because it may overlap with the beginning of flu season.
The CNN anchor dialed in as a guest on her own program to talk about her ongoing recovery.
Martha MacCallum compared numbers to the 2018 flu season in her argument for opening the country back up "soon."
Many people had the flu or a bad cold in late 2019 or early 2020, and they're now wondering if the symptoms were actually COVID-19.