H1N1 influenza

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H1N1 in·flu·en·za

Acute respiratory viral infection of humans that may pigs as a reservoir; may lead to secondary bacterial pneumonia.
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For more information on H1N1 influenza and the vaccine, please contact HAAD customer service centre on 800800 or visit www.haad.ae/h1n1
On June 11, 2009 the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak a pandemic.
Additional general information about the H1N1 Influenza Pandemic and published articles are available on NANB's web site at www.nanb.nb.ca.
Shagufta binth Hasham, director of the Little Flowers Nurseries and the Tender Buds Nursery, said: Eoe1/4EoThough we have closed as per the advice of the ministry, we will keep in touch with our children through their parents who will come and pick up material so that our students donEoe1/4aot lose touch.Eoe1/4A[yen] With the view of creating better awareness about H1N1 influenza among students, parents and teachers, the Ministry of Education, had earlier announced the deferment of the Omani school 2009-2010 academic year.
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The H1N1 influenza virus could cost Delta Air Lines USD 250 million in revenue this year, which the world's largest airline will offset by cutting capacity, its CEO said Monday.
embassy in Kuwait Ciry said Saturday that it is aware that H1N1 influenza cases have been tentatively confirmed among US military personnel assigned abroad, including soldiers transiting via US military bases in Kuwait.
Summary: Morocco's Communication Ministry announced, Monday, that 850 million Moroccan dirhams (about 102 million dollars) will be earmarked for operations of prevention against H1N1 influenza.
China on Saturday suspended flights from Mexico following the first confirmed case of the H1N1 influenza A strain in Hong Kong.
Women with 2009 H1N1 influenza admitted to an intensive care unit were more likely to deliver preterm infants, low birth weight infants, and infants with low Apgar scores (a method to quickly summarise the health of newborn children against infant mortality) than women in the other groups.
H1N1 influenza virus causes acute respiratory illness that can range from mild flu like symptoms to severe life-threatening severe ARDS and death.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 31, 2013-Meridian Life Science Inc develops H1N1 influenza A challenge stock for Immune Targeting Systems Ltd(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com