With antibiotics and rest, influenza is not fatal today. Yet at various times, influenza spread across the globe, reaching the stage of a pandemic. The pandemic of 1918-1919 resulted in the deaths of an estimated twenty-five million people worldwide, nearly three times the number of people killed during World War I. While the risk of death is low, influenza adapts to medical advances, and new strains pose serious challenges to existing antibiotic...
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