Flu season is beginning to wind down nationwide. The Centers for Disease Control reporting more than 100 flu-related deaths of children this time around. Matt Laidler is with Oregon Public Health says this flu season's number of reported flu-related hospitalizations - around 450 - is more than double last season's number. Laidler says this prominent strain going around this time influenza a, H3N2, seems to be harder on the body than other strains; more hospitalizations reported every time it makes the rounds. He says there's still time to get the flu shot.