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NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. — Nearly 39 million people, or 12.5% of the U.S. population, are feeling the effects of cold and flu as high illness levels continued across the nation, Boiron stated Friday, citing SDI Health data.
Some of the most prevalent indications are fever and influenza-like symptoms, such as chills, body aches and headache.