Older and obese patients most likely to die from H1N1
An analysis of more than 1,000 California patients hospitalized with H1N1 flu during the first four months of the pandemic found that infants were most likely to be admitted, and patients 50 and older were most likely to die once admitted.
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#1 Nov 4, 2009
Am I the only one who thinks the irony of "obese patients" being most at risk from, basically, the pig flu, is absolutely hysterical? This is the price of unbridled gluttony. Enjoy!:-)
Stony Plain, Canada
#2 Nov 18, 2009
i dont know why your thread is still here that is rude,some people cant help it
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