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Wheeling :: IL :: USA | 12 days ago

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The National Institutes of Health has awarded more than $1 million to Wheeling Jesuit University to develop an education program that uses simulated pandemic flu outbreaks to teach high school students about biology. The project is called Pandem-Sim:

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Charlotte :: NC :: USA | 27 days ago

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A disease is going around called an influenza pandemic and is killing lots of people. Her dad has been suffering from shell shock from the First World War and does not talk to anyone too much. Charlotte is a very good medic but she can't go into work

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Sunnyvale :: CA :: USA | 3 months ago

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Influenza pandemics occur when a new strain of a virus is transmitted from an animal to a human. A pig has a novel strain of a virus and someone in contact with it lacks the immunity and catches it and then begins to spread it to those around them,

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Kota Kinabalu :: Malaysia | 6 months ago

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Sabah health officials are scrambling after they detected an outbreak of  H1N1 flu virus at the Likas Women's and Children's hospital. Hospital director Dr Tan Bee Hwai said five children and two adult caregivers had been tested positive for the flu

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Mexico City :: Mexico | 6 months ago

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In Mexico, a rapidly growing some cases and deaths from influenza, and in most cases we are talking about the so-called swine flu - subtype A (H1N1). In 2009, with this country began its pandemic, which resulted, according to experts, 280,000

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Albuquerque :: NM :: USA | 7 months ago

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State health officials say a flu strain that caused the 2009 flu pandemic is causing widespread illness again in New Mexico this season. The Albuquerque Journal reports (http://goo.gl/WIvbRu) that New Mexico Department of Health epidemiologist Chad

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Walnut Creek :: NC :: USA | 10 months ago

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Is a prick and potential flu-like symptoms a small price to pay for as much as 80 percent protection against the nasty influenza virus? We talk to Bay Area residents and infectious disease experts about the pros and cons of this year's vaccines,

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Augusta :: ME :: USA | 10 months ago

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He said we did not create this mess'' but said his administration is doing what it can to assist state workers and to allow programs and services to continue. The proclamation signed Wednesday gives the administration more tools to deal with the

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Toronto :: Canada | 10 months ago

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I work in Portland and we have medical students, residents, and faculty who are DO's (Doctor of Osteopathy). Before he moved on to be a hospitalist my primary physician was a DO. From my experience there is no difference between an MD and a DO...

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 10 months ago

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Hitting the world like a ton of bricks.Click on the link here for Audio Player – The Asian Flu – CBS Radio Special Report &

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