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July 20th, 2009
02:47 PM ET

What to expect from swine flu this fall

Will swine flu return with a vengeance this fall? It’s winter in the southern hemisphere, so experts are looking there for a preview of what lies ahead for the US flu season this fall. Find out who’s most at risk and how you can prepare yourself for the upcoming flu season. Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reports on what to expect.

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  1. Sharon,Daniel Island, South Carolina

    In S.C. they are telling us citizens that skitters are testing positive for H1N1. Seems to be a push to consider taking the flu shot this year, push is turning to a not so gentle shove

    July 20, 2009 at 2:54 pm |
  2. Tom D

    Enough with the Michael Jackson story...the week that Walter Cronkite
    dies and your talking about Michael Jackson...enough!

    I stopped listening to Fox News now you are becoming Cable National Enquirer!
    I love Michael Jackson's music but dear lord enough!

    Also in the 60s I was very much for black rights read biography Malcom X but again enough it has been 40 years ..I voted for Obama still rooting for him...but what he has proven and I for one am very proud of it ..that with an education anything is possible...all minorities and we have all been one at one point in our racial history have had difficult times...Obama has proven to rise above it..he earned's funny the harder i work the luckier I get..stop complaining and go get an might even become President

    July 20, 2009 at 10:49 pm |
  3. Teddy Blake

    2 of my cousins in mexico got infected with the swine flu virus. thank God, they recovered well. it is a great news that the pandemic on swine flu is gone now.

    February 18, 2010 at 3:44 am |

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