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You've got regular flu, not H1N1 -- feel better?

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While symptoms and treatments are similar, cases being seen at the St. Mary's Innovis Health Center are the seasonal flu, not H1N1 flu.

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"Symptoms are the same, and historically, they have affected the elderly," Jackie McKenzie, RN, infection prevention specialist, said of seasonal flu, but, H1N1 is affecting more younger children and pregnant women. "It's a different group of people affected this time."

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