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Lonely Lion - The Flu (6) - We Complicate Each Other (CDr)

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  1. For the week ending February 6, Iowa, Puerto Rico and six other states (Arizona, California, Connecticut, Kentucky, Massachusetts and New York) were reporting widespread flu activity, according to the CDC.
  2. Sep 20,  · Meet flu fighter Dr. John Barnes, microbiologist and team lead for CDC’s Influenza Genomics team. In a world where influenza (flu) viruses are constantly changing and evolving, this team examines (sequences) the genomes of thousands of influenza viruses a year. “Flu is both a fascinating and frustrating virus to study,” says Dr. Barnes.
  3. Sep 25,  · Influenza is a virus that's spread from person to person. It originates, actually, among birds and other animals such as pigs, and new viral strains of .
  4. SINGAPORE - Loneliness, like the flu, is contagious, U.S. research shows. It can spread among groups of people and women are more likely than men to .
  5. Jan 14,  · Some have to do with us humans: In the winter, we spend more time indoors sneezing on each other. During this time of short days and long nights, we .
  6. Influenza is a viral infection with a characteristic constellation of symptoms, including chills, fever, headache, fatigue, muscle aches, cough, and runny nose, often referred to as the “flu." Influenza occurs primarily during the winter months (November through April in the United States). According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), influenza infections.
  7. The above are the most obviously painful additions to the general symptoms of aching all over, sore head etc etc. Yesterday I spent most of the day in bed and most of that time was spent sleeping. If you have this flu and going to bed is a possibility, I would advise taking the .
  8. Oct 31,  · Flu season is here and many folks are debating whether to get a flu shot. Chief Medical Officer at The University of Kansas Hospital, Dr. Lee Norman, .
  9. Assuming this pattern continues and each sick person infects 2 other friends, we can representthese events in the following manner: Each person infects two more people with the flu virus. We can tabulate the events and formulate an equation for the general case: Day (n) No. of newly-infected people \(\text{1}\) \(2 =2\).

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