How much do you know about the flu?
If you are going to die from a flu, chances are you know more about the virus than most.
But it is not all bad news.
As it turns out, there are some very good reasons why you should still keep reading the headlines about the new influenza pandemic.
For starters, it’s important to realise that flu is a pandemic that occurs with no symptoms.
And if you are not sick, there is no real reason to worry.
As a result, most people are not at risk of contracting the virus.
Furthermore, even though flu is not contagious, it can still cause serious problems.
And the risk of flu is growing because of the increasing use of electronic medical records, which are not stored as health records.
This means that even if you have been to the doctor for a flu infection, you may not be aware of the potential problems it can cause.
For example, if you develop pneumonia, it is possible to get infected with the coronavirus while you are recovering from flu.
It is also possible to contract influenza even while you were in the hospital, and then return to the hospital to get vaccinated.
In some cases, flu can also cause severe complications, including pneumonia, organ failure, severe fatigue, and death.
So if you think you might have been exposed to a potentially dangerous virus, you should do your best to avoid getting infected.
You should also be aware that the flu can have serious side effects.
These include high blood pressure, heart attack, and even sudden death.