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Influenza A (H1N1) also known as the Swine Flu: Home

The emergence of several new human Influenza A (H1N1) cases reported in the media has been generating a good deal of publicity. Information on the Swine Flu may be found in the various links provided in this resource guide.


Iowa Resources


Lectures on Influenza A (H1N1)

Free Journal Articles from the American Society of Microbiology

H1N1: When to See a Doctor


Consumer Health Information

InformaciĆ³n sobre la salud del consumidor en espaƱol

Educational Resources for Children

In response to the steady stream of swine flu questions from children across the country, launched a new, free topic about the virus and its impact. Educators and parents are encouraged to use this content as age-appropriate tools for gently explaining the swine flu,its origins, its spread, and appropriate precautions. The swine flu movie is supported by a swine flu quiz and an FYI on hand washing. BrainPOP Jr. offers a related topic on washing hands, while the BrainPOP Educators blog features tips for discussing the swine flu in class. 

Chris Childs

Chris Childs
Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

100 Hardin Library

Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1098


Fax 319-353-3752



H1N1 Prepardness