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Uber just won mobile integrated health care; here's how

- 11/19/2015

Uber, the app that connects drivers and riders, is now the unofficial leader of mobile integrated health care in the U.S. Uber users in 35 U.S. cities can purchase a $10 wellness pack from UberHEALTH ...

Uber launches mobile flu shot clinic

- 11/19/2015

SAN FRANCISCO — Uber, the app that connects riders and drivers, announced the launch of UberHEALTH in 35 U.S. cities. The on-demand Uber driver, accompanied by a registered nurse, will ...

Increasing EMS provider influenza vaccination will decrease transmission

- 10/30/2015

It is a good bet that almost every EMS professional has suffered from influenza at one point. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates the 2013-2014 flu season resulted in ...

Flu vaccination for EMS; a 'horrifying' PSA

- 10/26/2015

Check out this ProTransport-1 video to motivate EMS personnel to get the flu shot.

Inside EMS Podcast: Why the flu shot matters for EMS

- 12/19/2014

Download this week's episode on iTunes, SoundCloud or via RSS feed In this week’s Inside EMS Podcast, hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss flu season, and keeping ...

Americans are medically illiterate; are you surprised?

- 12/11/2014

Medical literacy, like simply knowing if the flu vaccine can make you sick, eludes nearly half of Americans. Should we be surprised nearly half of those in the U.S. believe the flu vaccine can ...

Survey: Nearly half of Americans think flu shot can make you sick

- 12/11/2014

By Anne Polta West Central Tribune WILMAR, Minn. — More than 40 percent of a sample of U.S. adults believe the myth that flu vaccines can give you the flu, and even correcting that ...

Unvaccinated medic nearly killed by flu

- 09/30/2014

By Kendall Downing FOX59 DANVILLE, Ind. — A central Indiana paramedic has words of warning as we enter flu season: Don’t underestimate the virus. The flu and pneumonia put ...

107 in NC killed by flu this year

- 05/25/2014

By Jay Price The News & Observer RALEIGH, N.C. — A particularly deadly flu season for young and middle-age adults has apparently ended, with no new deaths reported in the weekly ...

Hospitals struggle with national saline shortage from bad flu season

- 01/29/2014

USA Today In one of the most far-reaching shortages ever to hit American hospitals, the saline IV bags that are a mainstay of surgical units and patient rooms everywhere are in short supply ...

Ohio firefighter dies of H1N1 flu virus

- 01/28/2014

Firefighter Art Springer II, 45, died Jan. 23 after contracting the H1N1 flu virus

Ohio firefighter dies of H1N1 flu virus

- 01/28/2014

Dayton Daily News PHILLIPSBURG, Ohio — A Phillipsburg firefighter has passed away after contracting the H1N1 flu virus. Friends and fellow firefighters are organizing fundraising events ...

Ark. woman fights for life, looses baby to H1N1

- 01/18/2014

She's in a medically induced coma; doctors gave her an experimental drug and may do an ECMO procedure as the community rallies around the 29-year-old

Ark. woman fights for life, loses baby to H1N1

- 01/18/2014

By Stacy Ryburn Times Record FORT SMITH, Ark. — The community has rallied behind a Fort Smith woman who is in critical condition after she was diagnosed with H1N1. Leslie Creekmore, ...

Fla. medic dies from H1N1 complications

- 01/08/2014

SANTA ROSA, Fla. — A Florida paramedic died Sunday night after being sick for about two weeks with the H1N1 flu virus. Rodney Gajewski, a medic with Lifeguard Ambulance, had just finished ...

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