U.K. adds schools to flu data-gathering project

The United Kingdom is collecting flu data from schools as part of a project to assess the effect of exercise and diet on the likelihood of falling ill. U.K. health authorities have run similar surveys over the past four years, but this is the first time it will capture data from schools. Last year, the survey found that taking public transport does not increase the risk of catching the flu. Piece

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