Swine flu breaks out in Indiana

Swine flu has infected 113 people in Indiana, and that number is on the rise. The number of cases jumped tenfold from just 11 last week, state public health officials told Reuters; and officials expect to see more. The Influenza A variant virus causes those infected to show symptoms of a mild seasonal flu. Story

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