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The American Lung Association
Address:

55 West Wacker Drive

Suite 1150

Chicago, IL 60601

Phone:

1-800-548-8252

Internet address:

http://www.lung.org

Description of services provided:

Look here for a consumer-friendly Q&A on all aspects of influenza. Included is a discussion of the complications of this infection.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Address:

1600 Clifton Road

Atlanta, GA 30329-4027

Phone:

1-800-232-4636

Internet address:

http://www.cdc.gov

Description of services provided:

With a goal "to achieve true improvements in people's health," the CDC provides an abundance of information on the flu, including facts, prevention, frequently asked questions, updated tips if you do get sick, flu activity across the country, and more.

US Department of Health & Human Services Flu Page
Address:

200 Independence Avenue, SW

Washington, D.C. 20201

Internet address:

http://www.flu.gov

Description of services provided:

The US Department of Health & Human Services offers this website about the flu. Here you'll find an abundance of information on different types of flu viruses, ways to stay healthy, strategies to use in case of an outbreak, and guidelines for travel. Flu.gov also features webcasts and flu updates in your state.

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
Address:

7201 Wisconsin Avenue

Suite 750

Bethesda, MD 20814

Phone:

301-656-0003

Internet address:

http://www.nfid.org

Description of services provided:

This site provides "What You Should Know About Influenza," as well as the latest research.

Last reviewed September 2016 by David L. Horn, MD, FACP

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