November 30, 2009 Only 73 illnesses and five deaths were attributed to the H1N1 flu virus among 2.5 million pilgrims who journeyed to Mecca.
November 25, 2009 The CDC says wash your hands and cover your coughs and sneezes. If you're feeling sick, please stay home.
November 24, 2009 Staph infections from the community are showing up in hospitals more and more, making the problem of drug-resistant infections more complex.
November 24, 2009 A guidance proposing an ethical "framework" for rationing scarce ventilators in the event of a severe influenza pandemic arrived yesterday in relative silence.
November 20, 2009 Experts are watching two clusters of resistance to a popular flu drug.
November 19, 2009 Swarmed by kids, Santas are asking the government for priority access to the scarce H1N1 vaccine.
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November 19, 2009 A group of college health officials tracking the swine flu reported two students' deaths, even as the number of flu cases around the country dropped.
November 17, 2009 Regional variations in the distribution of swine flu vaccine can make all the difference in where you should look for it.
November 13, 2009 Hand sanitizers are all the rage since the H1N1 flu struck, but stick to the alcohol-based ones, experts say.
November 12, 2009 The H1N1 virus is hitting colleges hard, just in time for Thanksgiving break.
November 12, 2009 The CDC is now factoring in deaths that may not be explicitly identified as due to swine flu.
November 11, 2009 Democrats are tying sick-leave legislation to swine flu in "emergency" bills in the House and Senate to get policy changed quick.
November 11, 2009 Most people sickened by swine flu get coughs. But a cough alone isn't usually a sign of the flu.
November 11, 2009 Now there are four makers of vaccine approved to fill the government's orders for swine flu shots.
November 10, 2009 Reports show racial minorities grapple with greater challenges than whites in dealing with the new H1N1 pandemic.
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