WASHINGTON — In response to a deadly train derailment last summer, the Canadian government Wednesday ordered the country's railroads to ...
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February 21, 2013
This season's flu shot did almost no good at protecting people older than 65 from the worst and most dominant flu strain spreading around, according to a government study released Thursday. Vaccinated people in that age group had only a 9 percent lower chance of going to the doctor with flu symptoms from the dominant virus than people who didn't get the shot.