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H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) 

Novel Influenza A (H1N1) was first detected in April 2009. Currently it is thought that H1N1 spreads the  same way as the seasonal flu. H1N1 responds well to antiviral medications and most infected persons recover very quickly. On June 11, 2009 the World Health Organization raised the worldwide pandemic alert level to Phase 6, indicating a global pandemic is underway. The Phase 6 alert level only indicates the spread of H1N1 in multiple parts of the world, NOT that the disease is more severe. The following links provide more information about H1N1, its treatment, and prevention.   

Put Your Hands Together - YouTube Video

General Information:

PSA - Hygiene Habits to Help Fight Novel H1N1 Flu
PSA - The Spreading Flu
H1N1 Fact Sheet
Flu Facts Seasonal/H1N1
CDC Information on H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu)
En Espaol: Hechos sobre la Influenza H1N1 (gripe porcina)
How to prevent getting and spreading H1N1 (video)
Put your hands together (video)

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Web Links:

PandemicFlu.gov

CDC information on H1N1 flu (Swine Flu)

En Espaol: Datos importantes sobre la influenza porcina (gripe porcina)

Guidance for Clinicians & Public Health Professionals

Michigan Department of Community Health Web Site

World Health Organization -  Influenza A (H1N1)

Multilingual Resources:

Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)

Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Michigan Department of Community Health

Kansas Department of Health and Environment

City of Toronto