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  • Answer: Each person usually may get three to four of the symptoms, but each individual can get a different combination of them and usually not all of them. See the related question below about all the different symptoms of swine flu.
  • Answer: It is 22.8 miles according to Google Maps.
  • Answer: It depends on how mobile you are. Assuming the person with the swine flu is very ill since they called paramedics and need hospital care, then they would likely be having respiratory shortness of breath, cough, fever and other serious symptoms. The paramedics would probably use a gurney or rolling bed to move the person from home to an ambulance and then from the ambulance into the hospital emergency room. On the way in the ambulance (and perhaps in the home before moving the patient to the ambulance), paramedics will provide first responder aid to stablize the person, monitoring, providing oxygen, etc.
  • Answer: Swine flu (A-H1N1/09) is caused by a Type A Influenza virus. Malaria is a disease carried by mosquitoes that are infected by a microscopic parasite called a Eukaryotic Protist. When the infected mosquito bites a person, the disease can be transmitted. The main difference is that they are two different types of microscopic organisms that cause the diseases and they symptoms are quite different as well as the mode of infection.
  • Answer: One said "I DID in 1976 at fort Lenard wood Mo"
    A differing view is that The flu shot doesnt give you Hepatitus C but it does agrivate those who already have itt and makes it worse, which some might mistake for causing the disease...
  • Answer: It usually is only deadly to the young, old, and weak.
  • Answer: the top 3 swine producing statesin the U.S are (first:) Iowa, (second:) North Carolina (third:) Minnesota.Iowa marketed (1,000:) 22,223North Carolina marketed (1,000:) 13,295Minnesota marketed (1,000:) 9,201
  • Answer: Well "wretched" means poor, sorry, or pitiful; worthless
    "Swine" means pig.

    Idk the context...but you can probably piece it together from here! : )
  • Answer: When you begin to feel any of these symptoms, definitely take notice.

    • fever, which is usually high, but unlike seasonal flu, is sometimes absent
    • cough
    • runny nose or stuffy nose
    • sore throat
    • body aches
    • headache
    • chills
    • fatigue or tiredness, which can be extreme
    • diarrhea and vomiting, sometimes, but more commonly seen than with seasonal flu

    But if your experince any of these more severe symptoms i think you should be checked for swine flu

    - pneumonia and respiratory failure.
  • Answer: The symptoms are very similar to the normal influenza (flue) symptoms. Fever, sore through, muscle fatigue, runny nose ...etc
    However, in most cases swine flue is causing more vomiting and diarrhea.

    Please see related link below answer for full information about Swine Influenza from WHO World Health Organization

Does anyone in New Jersey have Swine Flu?

  • The Philadelphia Inquirer just recently reported that some 56 cases of swine flu have been reported in New Jersey to date. And the number of cases of H1N1 is going to be going up. A link can be found below.

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