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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.

Maps

Iowa Resources

Blogs

Lectures on Influenza A (H1N1)

Free Journal Articles from the American Society of Microbiology

H1N1: When to See a Doctor

Resources

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, BrainPOP.com 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
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Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

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Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1098

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