H1N1 Virus Feeling under the weather? Not in your usual tip top shape? You could be the next victim of the Swine Flu! H1N1 Virus, as it takes on an immune system. By: Chelsey Buchholz Technology 290
The Importance of Knowing Becoming educated about the H1N1Virus/Swine Flu will defer: Death Missing school, work, and other extracurricular activities from being sick Spreading the flu Dr. Frieden said in an eSchool News report, "Influenza can be unpredictable, so preparation and planning are key. "We can't stop the tide of flu, but we can reduce the number of people who become very ill by preparing well and acting effectively”(eSchool News).
What is H1N1 Virus/Swine Flu? Respiratory Infection The H1N1 Virus/Swine Flu contains genetics from human, avian, and swine flu viruses (Mayo Clinic). H1N1 Virus/Swine Flu spreads rapidly June, 2009 the epidemic had been verified worldwide (Mayo Clinic). Swine Flu was named after influenza in pigs (Mayo Clinic).
Symptoms of H1N1 Virus/Swine Flu Sore Throat Cough Body aches High Fevers Chills Tired Diarrhea Vomiting ( Info from Mayo Clinic) Fatigue
Avoiding H1N1 Virus/Swine Flu Stay home if sick Wash hands thoroughly and constantly Avoid large crowds of people Steer clear of sick ones (Info from Mayo Clinic)