Influenza A(H1N1)

  1. Fight fever can cause more influenza deaths

    When we catch the flu we usually gorged medication to reduce fever that accompanies it. But try this fever may not be the best: New findings suggest that suppression of fever may lead to further infection of tens of thousands of people every flu season.
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  2. What can we do to overcome the flu outbreak

    The best way to protect against the flu is to get vaccinated, and the best time to do it was before the start of the flu season. But what if you were vaccinated this year no?
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  3. How to avoid spreading the flu

    Staying home for four days when you have the flu could be enough to avoid spreading the virus to other people.
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  4. Switzerland destroys flu vaccines

    The vaccines had expired were worth 32.7 million euros.En 2009 the European country purchased almost double the number needed to treat population.
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  5. Swine flu in free fall

    In America Pandemic "continues to decline, although there are some persistent pockets in Central America and the Caribbean.
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  6. We were lucky with the swine influenza virus

    For the Director of the WHO "We were lucky with the new flu virus. Initially spread through countries with good surveillance systems. If it had mutated, would face serious consequences," the moderate course of influenza A is' the best health news of the decade "and the world can be considered" lucky ".
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  7. Swine Flu Vaccination Campaign: Absolute Failure

    The low number of cases, lower than usual of the common flu, there is the bad image of the vaccine, despite scientific studies and expert statements that guarantee, the result is barely reaching the quarter of the population it was intended, according to hospital officials said.
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  8. France sells swine flu vaccines surplus

    France has canceled the order of 50 million doses of vaccine against swine flu and began selling to other countries of the surplus stocks of vaccines against influenza A virus H1N1 to ease the bill for this year, after the global pandemic was less severe than expected, the government confirmed Sunday.
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  9. Decreases significantly the number of victims by swine flu.

    Spain closes 2009 with a total of 271 deaths associated with influenza A (H1N1), a figure that today they tested low compared with the ravages of the pandemic across borders.
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  10. Spanish are not afraid of swine flu

    The Spanish did not seem concerned about the effects of influenza A, not perceived as a dangerous disease and vaccination hardly arise. With this scenario of "neglect" have met in the General Nursing Council in developing the first study on the disease.
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