The flu season is here, and you can’t miss it.

This season, it’s shaping up to be the most dangerous in NFL history.

That’s according to a new study by researchers at the University of Alabama, with more than 100,000 flu cases reported so far, the highest number ever.

The report also found that the number of people who died in flu-related deaths last year was the highest since 1990.

That includes the first-ever death from influenza in the U.S. as well as the deadliest in history, with 5,000 confirmed deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“This year has been the most extreme flu season since records began in 1893,” said Michael Zaretsky, a public health professor at the UA and lead author of the study.

“And it’s all because of one factor: we’re in the midst of a pandemic.”

The flu is transmitted via airborne particles.

The flu typically hits people in the elderly and young people, and it is one of the most common causes of death among people under 65.

But experts say that is no longer the case.

Influenza deaths have declined, the number and severity of respiratory infections have decreased, and deaths from other respiratory diseases have decreased.

“We’ve seen a decrease in the number, severity, and frequency of respiratory illness in this country,” Zareansky said.

“The number of respiratory illnesses and deaths are actually decreasing and staying the same in this nation.

The number of influenza deaths has actually declined by about 50 percent.

The only thing that has decreased is the number who have died.

That means more people are healthy, more people have been vaccinated and the overall health of the nation is improving.”

Influenza has also reduced the number to less than a quarter of what it was during the pandemic, which started in 2015.

That is an improvement for the country, but the researchers say that will only continue to increase if people stay healthy and get vaccinated.

The study’s authors say that the flu could be a major public health issue in 2018, especially in California, which has seen an increase in influenza cases.

The most recent flu season was December to February, but it could have a significant impact on people’s health and economic outcomes, they wrote.

It’s not clear how much impact the flu will have on the season.

Zareisky said that the virus is spreading faster than ever.

“I don’t think we can just wait for a pandemics or a pandos outbreak to come up,” he said.

It has been reported that the influenza virus has been found in more than 70 percent of the U of A students.

That would mean that about 10 percent of students could be affected, and the researchers note that the researchers are not sure if the number will continue to grow.

The researchers say the study is not a cause for alarm.

They say that while there have been fewer deaths in the last year, the virus has made a comeback.

They believe that is because the numbers of cases are being reported.

They also say that there are a number of factors that could be driving the spread of the virus.

Influenzas are contagious when they are inhaled, but not if they are ingested.

“Because the virus can’t be transmitted via food or water, it needs to be transmitted through direct contact with a person,” Zeretsky said.

The virus is spread through coughing, sneezing, and coughing on people, which is the main way people are infected.

“So, there are things that can trigger the transmission of the flu virus, and we’re just beginning to look at some of them,” Zaresky said.

One of the biggest factors is how people are eating, which could also play a role.

“Some people might have been drinking a lot of coffee,” Zretsky said, “which would lead to more transmission.

And there might be other factors.”

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