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Wisconsin colleges prepare for possible flu uptick

3:40 PM, Jan. 23, 2013
A patient at Prevea Health Center in De Pere received a flu shot in October 2012. Lukas Keapproth/Press-Gazette
A patient at Prevea Health Center in De Pere received a flu shot in October 2012. Lukas Keapproth/Press-Gazette
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Health officials at local colleges are urging students to be safe as they head back to campus during one of the worst flu outbreaks the country has seen in several years.

Students attending Northeast Wisconsin Technical College returned to class on Jan. 10, and St. Norbert College students came back this week. Thousands will return to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus on Monday.

Area health officials say the flu season got off to a quick start this year. ...

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