Though in most cases influenza triggers a few days of fever or nausea, the virus ended two lives in recent weeks in Marin County, including a 63-year-old man with chronic ailments who died on Dec. 27 but also a previously-healthy 48-year-old woman who died of complications on Jan. 6, according to th

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