Stomach Flu - Virus Causes - New China Bird Flu
The viruses that cause Stomach Virus or Stomach flu or any number of viral infections, (Viral Gastroenteritis) damage the cells in the lining of the small intestine. As a result, fluids leak from the cells into the intestine and produce watery diarrhea. Four types of viruses cause most Stomach Flu (Viral Gastroenteritis). New findings say to use Bleach or Lysol to disinfect the common areas for quick surface cure.
What is Swine Flu (H1N1)? - "H1N2 (Swine) flu is a common and often mild respiratory virus of pigs".
The problem is, this virus can re-organize itself (mutate) to keep infections
active and work around vaccines. This version of the swine flu virus
incorporates pig, human, and avian strains in its genome. The big trouble with
is version of the virus is that not only can it infect humans, it can spread
human-to-human, allowing for much faster spread than if it
Flu Shot Locator ( seasonal and H1N1)
The symptoms of H1N1 influenza include fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills, fatigue, diarrhea, and vomiting. Pregnant women and others at risk should get H1N1 flu shots as soon as they are available in their communities. Click flu .gov to get the latest information on where to get vaccinated. This information is being updated regularly by states as more vaccine becomes available.
The new swine flu strain is also
Swine flu / H1N1 symptoms in humans are similar to those of infection with other flu strains:
Swine flu symptoms develop three to five days after you're exposed to the virus and can continue for about eight days, starting one day before you get sick and continuing until you are well.
When to see a doctor-
It's not necessary to call a doctor if you're generally healthy and you develop swine flu symptoms, such as fever, cough and body aches. Do call your doctor, however, if you have flu symptoms and you're pregnant or you have a chronic disease, such as emphysema or a heart condition.
Flu / N1H1 viruses infect the cells lining your nose, throat and lungs. The virus enters your body when you inhale contaminated droplets or transfer live virus from a contaminated surface to your eyes, nose or mouth on your hand.
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