What you can do to prepare for the H1N1 flu
Broadcast: Midmorning, 09/22/2009, 9:06 a.m.
The Centers for Disease Control says the first vaccine available against H1N1 flu may be a nasal mist spray. The government also announced that children younger than 10 years old may need two doses to be protected, while others may need only one.
- Patricia Stinchfield: Pediatric nurse practioner and director of pediatric infectious disease at Children's Hospital in St. Paul. She also serves on a CDC advisory committee on immunization practices.
- Neil Fishman, MD: Director of the Department of Healthcare Epidemiology and Infection Control and the Director of the Antimicrobial Management Program for the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
- James Turner, MD: Executive director of student health at University of Virginia and president of the American College Health Association.
- H1N1 in Minnesota
- U.S. Government's Flu page
- CDC: What Pregnant Women Should Know about H1N1
- About Neil Fishman
- Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
- American College Health Association