With the Super Bowl right around the corner, researchers suggest there is an influx of flu cases and even death. The findings come from analyzing data between 1974 and 2009, where researchers uncovered that during the Super Bowl there is an 18 percent higher risk of flu-related deaths among those over 65, which is the population group that is the most vulnerable to the flu and its complications.

Additionally, more flu-related deaths were seen during years of virulent flu strains, or when the Super Bowl occurred during high flu seasons.

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