Steve Lawrence, one of the University’s top infectious disease experts, said the flu season would be worse than last winter, when the number of flu cases across the country hit record lows, but he was not sure by how much.
Making insensitive comments and isolating people can’t be justified by being “afraid” of catching the virus.
Your semester’s just starting to pick up, and you’re super stressed because midterms are two weeks away. In the midst of all of that, you realize you’re sick! Here are eight telltale signs it’s flu season at Washington University.
If you’d like to see your future with this worthy foe, follow this flowchart and come to terms with your fate.
They say you’re not paranoid if it’s true. Well, in my case, I can assure you that I am in fact very sickly. While you were playing with blocks in kindergarten, I was at home with a fun case of walking pneumonia.
The number of suspected swine flu cases on campus jumped to 11 over the weekend.
Suspected cases of swine flu at Washington University hit four on Thursday evening, with school officials expecting the number to increase.
A Washington University undergraduate who displayed flu-like symptoms is thought to be the first case of swine flu on campus.
Following suit with other colleges across the country, Washington University has made preparations for a possible outbreak of the swine flu this coming winter.
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