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H1N1 (swine) flu iPhone application

As the threat of the swine flu (otherwise known as H1N1) pandemic become more serious, Harvard Medical School is hoping to help educate people with its new iPhone app. The Swine Flu Application includes:

  • Videos, animations and text that allow you to learn the basics about swine flu

  • How to reduce the risk to you and your family

  • How to prepare your business for the pandemic

  • The app also features real-time updates and news from Harvard Med School about H1N1




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Swine Flu: How to understand your risk and protect your health

Swine Flu: How to understand your risk and protect your health

A pandemic flu is sweeping the globe, raising concerns that this outbreak will affect the health of many millions of people. This strain of flu, known as H1N1, is an influenza Type A, the same type that caused past pandemics in 1918, 1957, and 1968. As developments continue to emerge, it is important to understand what swine flu is, the magnitude of the situation, and how to protect yourself and your family. Read more »

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