This time last year, doctors were bombarded with flu cases, but hospitals like Woodland Heights haven't treated a single case of the flu -- at least, not yet. Nurses say, with holiday shopping and crowded stores, they expect their first load of patients any day now. Not everyone will go to the doctor when they get sick with the virus.
Nurse Patrick Gammill says, "Every case is individual. It depends on the symptoms, but there's really no treatment for the flu. It's just controlling the fever [and] making sure they don't get dehydrated. It's just symptomatic care."