Who Is Most At Risk For Serious Complications From Swine Flu?

Question: Who is most at risk for serious complications from swine flu?

Answer: The high risk individuals may be similar to individuals who are at high risk for seasonal influenza for H1N1. And these include individuals who are over the age of 65, younger than the age of five, who are immunocompromised, who are pregnant, or individuals who may have an underlying health condition such as diabetes, respiratory conditions, or cardiovascular disease.

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