Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Flu Outbreaks

 Did you know that flu, is responsible for about 250,000 to 500,000 fatalities a year? Influenza is a unpleasant disease which has signs that can be deceivably just like warning signs of the typical freezing.

Famous outbreaks

Over the decades there have been a couple of tremendous flu episodes. I will discuss the Language flu, the h1n1 malware and the fowl flu.

Spanish flu

The Language flu occurrence of 1918 was one of the worst episodes that happened lately. Experts believe that this malware murdered between 20 and 50 million individuals, which is more fatalities than the number of fatalities that were caused by World War I.

Swine flu

Recently, we were all encountered with the h1n1 malware. Swine flu was a outbreak last year, which means that there was an occurrence of global ratios. Swine flu is a new stress of flu to which no vaccinations were available at the time of the occurrence. The malware already persisted for some decades in hogs before it was moved to individuals. The h1n1 malware is a light malware and most attacks are just like the 'normal' flu and individuals contaminated tend to cure relatively quickly. Loss of life numbers vary, but the death cost seems to be between 300,000 and 579,000.

Bird flu

The fowl or bird flu is a type of flu that hardly ever infects individuals. In many cases when bird flu is found on a fowl village, all wildlife have to be murdered, to make sure that the infection does not spread and more wildlife get contaminated.


Flu signs are just like warning signs of the typical freezing. Signs can include high temperature, frustration, nose over-crowding, appetite loss, exhaustion, hacking and coughing, side effects and a a painful neck.

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