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By Teresa Carey, Nsikan Akpan
By PBS NewsHour
Betty Ann Bowser takes an in-depth look at two families attempting to cope with the H1N1 flu.
The H1N1 flu virus will likely continue to spread quickly between people across the globe, the World Health Organization's leader said Monday.
Senior NewsHour correspondent Ray Suarez is in Mexico City to report on the H1N1 flu virus outbreak. In this reporter's notebook, he writes about his state of mind en route to the city.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Mexico is preparing for a temporary shut down of all non-essential services from May 1 to May 5, in an attempt to slow the spread of the swine flu that is believed to have killed as many as 176 people…
As concern about H1N1 flu virus grows around the world, the Web has proven to be a valuable resource for tracking and learning about the disease, but also a means for misinformation to spread. Here are some sites worth checking…
President Obama urged calm in the face of the widening swine flu outbreak, as dozens of cases of swine flu were reported in the United States. Dr. Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control outlines the government's measures to…
American officials moved Sunday to implement a broad series of measures aimed at combating an outbreak of swine flu that has sickened 20 in the U.S. and killed more than 80 in Mexico.
The World Health Organization and 18 developing nations agreed Tuesday to provide fair access to bird flu vaccines after solving a problem with Indonesia over sharing virus samples.
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