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John,Vince, and Gian's super cool prezi

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INFLUENZA What is the scientific name of influenza ? How is Influenza transmitted ? What Symptoms are associated with Influenza?
And what parts of the body are affected? where did the disease originate? and when was it introduced? Current treatments for this disease? symptoms associated with influenza are fevers, headaches, aches and pains, fatigue and weakness, extreme exhaustion, stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat, chest discomfort and cough The systems of the body that get affected by influenza are the Immune system, Digestive System, and the Respiratory System. Influenza is transmitted
to people by touching items that are commonly used . Influenza is also spread in the air when someone coughs or sneezes. Influenza originated from animals in Europe, It was introduced in October 1732 The current treatments for influenza is "Anti-viral treatment which reduces the severity and duration by one day, not every person with influenza needs Anti-viral treatment. Two of the medicine are called oseltamivir and zanamvir, they are used to treat or prevent the flu but they cause side effects like nausea and vomiting The scientific name for influenza is the
FLU By:John Lomotan
Vince Salvaleon
Gian Galeon Treatments from the past. Medical treatments for influenza are salt of quinine and there is no affects. Non medical treatments for influenza is that Some people hang balls of camphor around their necks in an effort to ward off the flu.Others ate lumps of sugar that had been soaked in kerosene and there is no affects for both.
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