Understanding and Preventing Swine-Flu

The H1N1 virus is claiming more lives everyday. Wearing a mask doesn’t mean you can’t get the virus.

Swine-flu is easily treated, though, and here are some tips to keep you safe:
1. Wash your hands often. You can’t take soap with you everywhere, so carry a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you.
2. Make sure you sneeze and cough into a tissue.
3. If you have a fever, the chills, are nauseous, a cough, and a runny nose; get it checked. It could just be the common cold, but it’s always better to be safe that sorry.

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2 Responses to Understanding and Preventing Swine-Flu

  1. Ron says:

    Pigs? Weird.

  2. Dee says:

    Is it really? There’s also the avian flu. That claimed a few lives too. In fact, I think it still is in small pockets.

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