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Using sophisticated modeling, U.S. researchers showed H1N1 flu infection rates vary via pathways of exposure -- touching, coughing, inhaling air. Dr. Mark Nicas of the University of California Berkeley's School of Public Health and Dr. Rachael M.
Treating people with H1N1 flu with anti-virals oseltamivir and zanamivir should only be considered for those at high risk of complications, U.S.
As public health experts warn of potential widespread outbreaks of H1N1 flu this school year, a new study from North Carolina State University shows that students do not comply with basic preventative measures as much as they think do. In other words, the kids arenâ€™t washing their hands.
India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Indonesia report regional or widespread H1N1 flu, World Health Organization officials say. Pandemic H1N1 influenza continues to be the predominant circulating flu virus, both in the Northern and Southern hemispheres, WHO officials say.
The H1N1 influenza is back, spreading particularly in the Southeastern United States -- in fact, it never went away, health officials say. H1N1 influenza is here, it is spreading and in fact, it never went away.
H1N1 flu in Chicago from April through July was 14 times higher in children and young adults than in those age 60 and older, Chicago health officials said.
H1N1 flu does not appear to have mutated in South America, but World Health Organization officials in China say the pandemic is expected to explode. Dr.
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