What you have to think about swine flu "swine influenza".

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What you have to think about swine flu "swine influenza" A message from: Nashua Division of General Wellbeing and Group Administrations 18 Mulberry Road Nashua, NH 03060 What is swine flu? A respiratory ailment brought on by a sort of flu infection
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What you have to think about swine flu “swine flu” A message from: Nashua Division of Public Health & Community Services 18 Mulberry Street Nashua, NH 03060

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What is swine flu? A respiratory illness brought about by a kind of flu infection Human instances of the swine flu (swine influenza) have been recognized in Mexico, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, and the US

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How can somebody get swine flu? The swine influenza is spread the same path as the occasional influenza: Through the air when somebody with swine flu hacks or sniffles Touching something with the influenza infection on it and after that touching your mouth or nose Swine flu might likewise be brought on by contact with contaminated pigs SWINE INFLUENZA CANNOT BE SPREAD BY EATING PORK PRODUCTS

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What are the manifestations of swine flu? Fever more prominent than 100  F Sore throat Cough Stuffy Nose Chills Headache and body throbs Fatigue Diarrhea and heaving

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What would it be a good idea for me to do on the off chance that I have indications? As you would do ordinarily, call your human services supplier in the event that you are encountering influenza like side effects If you get wiped out with flu, stay home from work or school and breaking point contact with others to keep from contaminating them

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How would I be able to shield myself from getting debilitated? Spread your nose and mouth with a tissue when you hack or sniffle. Toss the tissue in the rubbish after you utilize it. Wash your hands with cleanser and water regularly, particularly after you hack or sniffle Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth Avoid close contact with individuals who are wiped out

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Where do I go for more data? The CDC has a site with extra data: http://www.cdc.gov/swineflu/NH Department of Health and Human Services has set up a data hotline: 1-888-330-6764 (from 8am-8pm) Additional data may be found on the NH Health & Human Services site: http://www.dhhs.state.nh.us

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