Swine Flu: The Second Wave Public health officials are preparing for the swine flu to make a strong comeback in the Northern hemisphere this fall, possibly infecting half the U.S.
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Swine Flu: The Second Wave

Swine Flu Vaccine Access May Depend On Location

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FDA Reassures Doctors Skeptical Of H1N1 Vaccine

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Flu Funds Boost Local Health Budgets

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Hundreds of thousands of Muslim pilgrims circle the sacred Kaaba stone at Mecca's Grand Mosque in December 2008. Saudi Arabian authorities are concerned about the effects the H1N1 pandemic will have on this year's pilgrimage. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Boost Your Flu IQ: Your Questions Answered

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In this illustration, new viruses emerge from an infected human throat cell. When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny virus factories that help spread the disease. Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus hide caption

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In this illustration, new viruses emerge from an infected human throat cell. When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny virus factories that help spread the disease. Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus hide caption

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Courtesy XVIVO/Zirus

CDC: Swine Flu Cases Widespread And Rising

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Study Finds H1N1 Virus Lives Longer Than Expected

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Nurse Colleen Goetzke administers the H1N1 vaccine to Jennifer Rose on Thursday at the Memorial Hospital of Burlington in Burlington, Wis. Gregory Shaver/Journal Times/AP hide caption

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Government Keeps Close Eye On Swine Flu Vaccine

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