By: Rhianna Maakestad
- Systems Affected
- The Immune System
- Risk Factors
- Flu Facts
- Amount of Cases
- How influenza is treated or cured
- How influenza is prevented
- 5 ways to fight the flu
- Get the flu vaccine. If you get the vaccine your much less likely to contract the influenza or colds.
- WASH YOUR HANDS. washing your hands helps get rid of lots of little germs on your hands.
- Keep your distance. If you don't feel good and think your sick, check yourself. Make sure your not giving other people your germs.
- Cover your cough.Covering your coughs and sneezes is always a good idea. It's helps keep your germs on you so no one else gets sick.
- Stay home. Staying home is a good idea because you can rest and have less chance of spreading the disease.
Patterns of Mortality
Theories of origin
Brest, France Recouverance Bridge
Around the Globe
The Deadly Second Wave
The Devastated Communities
Less Affected Area
End of the Pandemic
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