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Flu season winds down; whooping cough numbers low

10:01 PM, Mar. 2, 2013
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Central Wisconsin has gone through the worst of this year's influenza season, health officials say, and last year's whooping cough outbreak hasn't carried over to this year.

Throughout the country, this year's flu season (October through May) has been stronger than the previous year's, and central Wisconsin has been no exception. In Wood County, there have been 71 cases of flu hospitalizations compared with 19 the previous season. Marathon County had 72 cases of flu hospitalizations in 2013, while there were 19 cases in all of 2012. Portage County had more than three times as many flu ...

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