When Is Flu Season
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reuters.com — “*virus can infect deep into the lung *remains sensitive to anitvirals *people born before 1918 have protection by maggie fox, health and science editor washington, july 13 (reuters) - the new h1n1 influenza” View full resource at reuters.com
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blog.integrativenutrition.com — “Check out these 6 simple tips for avoiding the cold and flu this season!” View full resource at blog.integrativenutrition.com
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slate.com — “Six years ago, when Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome swept the world, governments bought thermal image scanners and set them up at airports. The idea was to spot overheated travelers and check them for fever before they infected others. Now the machines” View full resource at slate.com
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news-medical.net — “Say "I love you" with flowers, chocolates or a greeting card, but be careful when you kiss this Valentine's Day. "Mid-February is usually the peak season for infectious diseases, such as the seasonal and H1N1 flu, mononucleosis, colds and coughs," says Jorge Parada, MD, medical director, infectious disease at Loyola University Health System. "And don't rely on obvious signs of illness - such as sneezing or fever as a tip off. People with infectious diseases start” View full resource at news-medical.net
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