It's not the bird flue but it's already causing havoc...Is this what we have to look forward to in the near future? That appears to be what the CDC was telling us when they published their recent "Guidelines".
DALLAS — With flu widespread in Texas now, a handful of schools are reporting enough absences due to flu and other illnesses that they've decided to close.
Flu season in Texas generally runs from October to March, with February usually being the height of the season, said Emily Palmer, a spokeswoman with the Texas Department of State Health Services. She said that flu has been considered widespread in Texas since the week ending Jan. 27.