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What is H1N1 or most commonly known as Swine Flu?
According to the CDC this virus was first detected in April 2009. The way that it spread is from person-to-person, particularly through coughing or sneezing without covering. CDC and common sense will advise on washing your hands regularly with soap and water, to cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing and if you use a tissue, put it in the trash can, and most importantly if you get sick stay home to avoid the risk of infecting friends and co-workers. Some of the myths that have constantly been on the news is that if you eat pork you will get sick, that is entirely false unless it is improperly cooked. Lastly these are the H1N1 symptoms that you should be on the look-out for; chills, fever, sore throat, muscle pain, severe headache, coughing, weakness, and general discomfort. (They are similar to regular flu and that is why you should get tested and the CDC will either confirm as the H1N1 flu or regular flu.) .

tip provided by Veddah E. Irizarry of Suburban Cleaning Service, Inc.