Health Department removes restrictions on H1N1 vaccine

FluMist and injectable vaccine available while supplies last More
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Metro receives more injectable H1N1 flu vaccine

Health Department continues to offer FluMist nasal vaccine More

Health officials say H1N1 cases down but not out

Public health professor says college campuses still an untouched tinderbox waiting for outbreak More

Metro Health Department out of swine flu shots

Clinics still offering FluMist vaccinations More
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Metro schools to give free H1N1 vaccinations

Parents should receive information packets later this week More

Swine flu claims life of 5-year-old boy

 The Health Department confirmed an increase in the number of flu cases in recent weeks More

CORRECTED: College swine flu cases spread

Two cases of the H1N1 virus were confirmed late last week at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. More

More swine flu cases at VU

Officials had warned that college campuses were ripe for the spreading of H1N1 and with classes underway, they are asking students who have flu-like symptoms to isolate themselves for a few days. More

Letters to the Editor

A reader points out the irony over the public's frenzied reaction to swine flu, which killed a handful of Americans, while people continue to consume meat and dairy products which are linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, strokes, cancer and more. More

Area schools reopening Wednesday after swine flu closure

Students, staff still asked to stay home seven days after flu-like illnesses More
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