What is the difference between the H1N1, and the regular Influenza virus?

by Symptom Advice on August 21, 2011

I heard all the symptoms are pretty much the same, so does anybody know the actual difference between them?

The symptoms are the same. The only difference is the age group affected. H1N1 is targeting younger people than the seasonal flu. Usually the seasonal flu seriously affects old people. H1N1 is affecting young people.

wikipedia.com + vaccines or cdc.gov , flufacts.gov

there are several avian H1N1 viruses, this 2009 H1N1 is a combined avian and swine flu.

poultry farms /chickens are vaccinated for avian(bird) flu(viruses), yep, the one's you eat, but eating won't hurt you. I can't decide if I want to eat organic, no antibiotics/pesticides or non organic, I've decided not to eat much meat/chicken or fish anymore. Veggies are strange too, animal waste in irrigation water, factory foods/processed foods, imported foods, wow, not even water is safe unless you boil it. If you read every report about food processing, you wouldn't have time to eat or worry about it.

not trying to scare you, sometimes,major events happen and many people don't even know. Recently, my sister told me Slimfast was pulled from the shelves. some type of bacteria, I told her, too late, I drank it all. Didn't get sick. it was the liquid, not the powder. go to fda.gov look up food/medication recalls, etc. More than you wanted to know.

Go to healthmad.com/conditions-and-diseā€¦

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