Q: Can cats really get bird flu? How does that happen? Is it from eating birds?
By now you have all heard or read about the possibility of an outbreak of Asian Bird Flu. If you have not, it is something that you should be well aware and informed.
Bird flu (avian influenza) is a disease caused by strains of influenza virus that primarily affects birds. In the late 1990s, a new strain of bird flu arose that was
Avian flu is a strain of flu that infects birds. Avian flu can be passed from birds to humans, Highly pathogenic Asian avian influenza A (H5N1) in people.
Feb 23, 2004 Japan, which banned chicken imports from Thailand and China because of avian influenza, now has a third confirmed case of bird flu in its own poultry farms
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" Asian Bird Flu" is the name commonly used in the media to describe a deadly form of avian influenza virus that is currently causing a serious outbreak in multiple Asian countries. This Asian strain of avian influenza is also known as H5N1 avian influenza virus and is a type of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI) that causes a
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H5N1 (Asian Bird Flu) CONTAMINATION AREA The area in which you are standing has been determined to have a high risk of infection with H5N1 influenza
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More avian flu in US birds; Asian H9N2 found in Alaska. an Asian H9N2 virus was found in wild birds in western Central Valley northwest of Sacramento,
Watch video Avian influenza outbreak: Human symptoms of potentially fatal virus bird flu revealed AVIAN flu, also known as bird flu is a virus can affect humans
(aka bird flu, avian flu) is caused by a type of influenza virus that is hosted by birds, but may infect several species of mammals.
ASIAN BIRD FLU: AN UPDATE FOR EMBALMERS. By: James H. Bedino, ChemistDir. Research The Champion Company Speculation regarding Bird Flu and its worldwide
The strain of bird flu known as H5N1 has yet to mutate into a form that can be transmitted easily among humans, but it already poses a threat to people in Asian