August 31, 2009 What do a hazmat suit, a dirty toothbrush and models hacking all over each other have in common? They are trying to convince you to stop spreading the flu.
August 31, 2009 Another Latin American leader is laid low by H1N1.
August 28, 2009 A recent poll shows one in three Americans believe swine flu will infect them or a family member.
August 27, 2009 Swine flu shows up on campuses and overtakes seasonal flu varieties in New Zealand.
August 25, 2009 Federal officials fret about swine flu while the public seems largely unconcerned about the virus' return.
August 24, 2009 In the face of conflicting evidence, the final call on a medical procedure may rest with you.
August 21, 2009 Billions of people in the developing world are at risk of infection from the new H1N1 virus, yet most supplies of vaccine appear destined for rich countries.
August 19, 2009 Employers should loosen up on rules about sick leave and encourage people with fevers to stay home.
August 18, 2009 A wave of strep that swept Vienna may have claimed the life of Mozart.
August 17, 2009 A universal vaccine against flu would be a handy tool to prevent pandemics and fight seasonal flu, but the viruses still have the upper hand.
August 12, 2009 Oscar Arias comes down with swine flu and decides to work from home for a week.
August 10, 2009 NPR's Joanne Silberner checks in with some of the first volunteers to get pandemic flu vaccine. Meanwhile, Melissa Block talks to the Seattle health chief about his flu plans — and nightmares.
August 7, 2009 School closures aren't recommended except in special circumstances.
August 6, 2009 Several companies have started human tests of experimental swine flu vaccine, and the central question is: one dose or two?
August 5, 2009 A contest for a public service announcement on swine flu is part of the government's efforts to educate people about the illness.
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