Listen Up! Swine Flu Lives Longer Than Expected

Study by the Air Force Academy finds that the H1N1 virus lives longer than originally predicted...


In a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine has found that those who contract the H1N1 virus may still be contagious 24 hours after their fever symptoms have cleared up.

Their findings are based off a study conducted at the US Air Force Academy on newly-arrived cadets who contracted the illness and found that after their symptoms had cleared there was much more to the story.

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