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Information On Swine Influenza/Variant Influenza Viruses | Swine/Variant Influenza (Flu)

Swine influenza (swine flu) is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses that regularly cause outbreaks of influenza in pigs. Influenza viruses that commonly circulate in swine are called “swine influenza viruses” or “...

Swine Flu

Swine flu, also known as the H1N1 virus, made headlines in 2009 when it was declared a pandemic. Pandemics are contagious diseases affecting people throughout the world or on multiple continents at the same time. H1N1 has already been seen in 74 c...

Swine Flu (H1n1 Flu) Definition - Diseases And Conditions - Mayo Clinic

Technically, the term "swine flu" refers to influenza in pigs. Occasionally, pigs transmit influenza viruses to people, mainly to hog farmers and veterinarians. Less often, someone infected passes the infection to others. The human respiratory ...

What Is Swine Flu? How Is Swine Flu Treated?

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What People Who Raise Pigs Need To Know About Influenza (Flu) | Swine/Variant Influenza (Flu)

As someone who raises pigs, whether for show (e.g. 4-H or Future Farmers of America [FFA]) or as part of a farming operation (i.e. commercial pork producer), you may have questions about influenza (the flu) in both pigs and people. This document a...

Swine Flu (H1n1 Flu) Symptoms - Diseases And Conditions - Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic offers appointments in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota and at Mayo Clinic Health System locations. Swine flu signs and symptoms in humans are similar to those of other flu strains: Swine flu symptoms develop about one to three day...

Swine Flu | The Indian Express

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Over 230 Cases Of Swine Flu Reported Across India, 100 In Delhi Alone

wine flu seems to be increasing at an alarming rate throughout the country with the national capital having recorded more than 100 cases this year alone. The overall cases have been recorded in the country has crossed 230 with the death toll over ...

2009 Flu Pandemic In India

2009 flu pandemic in India is the outbreak of swine flu in various parts of India. Soon after the outbreak of H1N1 virus in the United States and Mexico in March, the Government of India started screening people coming from the affected countries ...

India Swine Flu Outbreak 'Kills 75'

An outbreak of swine flu in India has killed at least 75 people in just over six weeks, officials say. Health officials said most of the deaths have been reported from the southern state of Telangana and Rajasthan state in the north. Experts inves...

Swine Flu Puts India On High Alert | Asia | Dw.De | 09.02.2015

Swine flu is back to haunt India. In its strongest resurgence since the pandemic of 2009, the influenza type A virus, known as H1N1, has broken out in different parts of India with more than 5,000 people testing positive for the virus, according t...

216 Swine Flu Deaths In India In February: Govt - The Times Of India

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Indian Health Officials Urge Calm As Swine Flu Outbreak Spreads | Al Jazeera America

Health officials in India this week tried to reassure citizens that the country has adequate medical supplies to combat a swine flue outbreak that has reportedly killed more than 700 people and infected 11,000 others since mid-December. There is “...

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The H1N1 swine flu virus appeared in the U.S. in April 2009 and never went away.