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    02:33
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    01:44
  • Flu cases are on the rise: How to protect yourself and your family

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    00:22
  • Medical roundup: Flu season, toxic chemicals in baby foods

    04:13
  • TODAY team gets flu shots live in Studio 1A

    07:01
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Tryday Friday: A trick up your ‘Sneeve’

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Is it ever OK to cough and sneeze in public? Kathie Lee and Hoda think not – and as a possible solution to the problem, the ladies check out the “Sneeve,” a disposable sleeve designed to help fight the spread of germs during cold and flu season.