The cold, dry air of winter can give you chapped lips, cracked hands, and now, a study suggests, a better chance of getting the flu. A new analysis of previous data shows that in low-humidity conditions, the influenza virus is more likely survive, possibly giving it a better shot at spreading from person to...
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By Theresa TamkinsFRIDAY, May 1, 2009 (Health.com) — What do you get when you cross swine flu with Twitter, the social networking service much loved (and hated) for its rapid-fire 140-character updates known as tweets? No, it’s not a chatty new virus called Switter. ...
THURSDAY, June 11 (HealthDay News)—The World Health...
Fearing a swine flu outbreak this fall, parents are loading down backpacks with tissues, hand sanitizer, and bottled water. What's next? Face masks on toddlers at day care? The houses we live in can often be bad for us—from the way we light our kitchen to the flooring we choose to clutter. What would...
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