What is Influenza and what does it do?
What Is This Disease?
A common and highly infectious disease known as Influenza can spread easily from person to person.
Influenza is sometimes called “the flu” or the grippe
What Causes This Disease?
What Transmits This Disease?
This disease can not spread any other ways.
The vector of this disease is the Avian Influenza
What Are The Symptoms Of This Disease?
Chills, high fever, scratchy throat, dry cough, headache, muscle aches, and general fatigue and weakness, and may have second bacterial infections.It changes over time as your body fights this disease.
What Is The Treatment For This Disease?
How Do You Prevent This Disease?
There is a vaccine that will be added to mix of tools to control the disease.
What Was The Incidence Of This Disease?
What Is The Prognosis of This Disease?
Thousands and thousands die from this disease.
The treatment will effect the prognosis if followed by proper treatment guidelines for people under the age of 65.Approximately 1 in 1000 cases proves fatal
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