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Mon, 23 Oct 2017 19:29:24 GMT

News1130

Holy cash: Chase the Ace fundraiser nets $5.8M for Newfoundland parish
News1130
It's possible that role will be filled by H1N1 — the “swine flu,” which spread to epidemic proportions in 2009. Either way, there's plenty of time ... “Getting the flu shot is really your best way of trying to protect yourself and to protect other ...

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Thu, 05 Oct 2017 14:39:57 GMT

Hindustan Times

Every third swine flu sample in Rajasthan testing positive, government tells HC
Hindustan Times
A virus originating from swine, H1N1 was first detected among people in Mexico in 2009. It spread across the world through travellers. The virus now transmits from human to human. Last year, 9.2% of suspected patients were found to be swine flu ...

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Sat, 14 Oct 2017 15:08:08 GMT

Hindustan Times

Are we prepared for the next disease outbreak?
Hindustan Times
Other emerging threats are H7N9, which was first reported in China in 2013, MERS in Saudi Arabia in 2012, H1N1 in Mexico, H5N1 in China in 2003, and SARs again in China in 2002. Since 2000, six new outbreaks ... Outbreaks occur when viruses recombine ...

Sun, 08 Oct 2017 02:14:03 GMT

Bangkok Post

Test Yourself: Vaccine nation
Bangkok Post
Thailand found itself in trouble in 2009 when the country could not find vaccines to purchase during the H1N1 flu pandemic — also known as swine flu — that caused panic around the world, killing thousands. While the United States and Japan were able ...

Sun, 27 Aug 2017 07:04:43 GMT

Eyewitness News

WC Health advise people to seek medical treatment following swine flu reports
Eyewitness News
The Department's Mark van der Heever says swine flu is no longer a notifiable disease as it has become a common flu strain that is treatable. The symptoms, which are similar to the regular flu, include vomiting, diarrhea, and nausea. Van der Heever ...

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Sat, 07 Oct 2017 00:02:39 GMT

Bangkok Post

Behind the closed doors is all rather sad
Bangkok Post
In April 2008, the game between Club America and Tecos in the 100,000 capacity Azteca Stadium in Mexico was played before zero fans following an outbreak of the deadly swine flu. Back in October 1980, West Ham played the second leg of their European ...
Andrés Iniesta signs lifetime contract with FC Barcelona - FC BarcelonaFC Barcelona

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Sat, 19 Aug 2017 12:02:15 GMT

Deccan Chronicle

Swine flu: Everything you need to know
Deccan Chronicle
Origin: Swine flu was first identified among humans in spring 2009 in Mexico. A few months after the first swine flu cases were reported, rates of confirmed H1N1-related illness increased around the world. As a result, the World Health Organisation ...
Deadly swine flu virus on a killing spree in IndiaAl-Arabiya
Protect yourself from swine fluAhmedabad Mirror

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Wed, 09 Aug 2017 05:40:44 GMT

Doctor NDTV

166 Swine Flu Deaths In Delhi: Know The Symptoms And Stay Protected
Doctor NDTV
It is termed as swine flu because the virus that first caused the disease had originated from pigs. It is a respiratory infection caused by influenza A virus. The virus was originated in Mexico, and has infected thousands of people worldwide. Swine flu ...

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Thu, 03 Mar 2016 14:00:56 GMT

teleSUR English

68 People Die of Swine Flu in Mexico
teleSUR English
Mexico has seen a sharp jump in cases of the virus H1N1, popularly known as swine flu, killing 68 people so far this flu season, the country's health ministry reported Thursday. The overall number of flu cases and deaths has also risen, but the H1N1 ...
Swine Flu Outbreak: Mexico Sees Jump In H1N1 Cases With 68 Deaths This Season, Health Ministry SaysInternational Business Times

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Thu, 08 Jun 2017 14:22:13 GMT

MinnPost

Why it's difficult to take politics out of the naming of diseases
MinnPost
Wallace uses similar reasoning with the naming of the so-called swine flu pandemic of 2009. In the media, the disease was sometimes called the “Mexican flu” because the first cases were reported in Mexico. But there's more to the story, as Spinney ...

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