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H3N2 more severe than H1N1Get your vaccination shot now

The coughing. The sneezing. The sore throat. The stuffy nose … then the runny nose. Flu season is here and based on last year’s...

Indianapolis residents encouraged to get H1N1 vaccinations

The Marion County Health Department is reminding Indianapolis residents that it’s not too late to get a seasonal or H1N1 flu vaccine. Public health...

Indianapolis residents encouraged to get H1N1 vaccinations

The Marion County Health Department is reminding Indianapolis residents that it’s not too late to get a seasonal or H1N1 flu vaccine. Public health...

FDA: Most H1N1 reactions are sore arm

The U.S. vaccine safety monitoring systems for the H1N1 vaccine report mostly "non-serious" adverse effects, a federal official says. Margaret A. Hamburg, commissioner of...

1st responders next in line for H1N1 vaccine

Alberta Health Services says first responders could be getting the H1N1 vaccine as early as Monday. Alberta Health Services says first responders could be...

Traditional medicine not enough to fight H1N1: health official

Traditional medicines should be supplemented with modern vaccines when it comes to battling swine flu, says Manitoba's chief medical officer of health. Traditional medicines...

Your pressing H1N1 questions answered

PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTER Public-health officials are preparing to roll out the largest vaccination campaign in Canadian history in the coming weeks, but the public...

IU expert: H1N1 public health messages inform rather than scare

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - So far, the communication strategies being employed by health care officials to warn people about the dangers of the 2009 H1N1...

Face mask doesn’t help against H1N1

Every year there are many cases of the classic influenza in Canada - about 70,000. Sadly, between 4,000 and 8,000 of these cases are...

Face mask doesn’t help against H1N1

Every year there are many cases of the classic influenza in Canada - about 70,000. Sadly, between 4,000 and 8,000 of these cases are...
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