By Robert Fernicola, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network
In New Jersey and other States, reports of fatalities from H1N1, commonly referred to as the Swine Flu, continue. Just recently, a 17 year old boy from South Jersey died from complications related to H1N1. The death was reported at the Asbury Press (New Jersey) Website. The boy was a student at Rancocas Valley Regional High School in Mount Holly, New Jersey.
Health experts state that children, pregnant women, and others with a compromised immune system are most at risk for serious illness and death from H1N1. Some children and adults with H1N1 have mild, temporary symptoms that come and go in just a few days. While others especially children and pregnant women are suffering far greater effects and consequences form the Swine Flu. Medical care and knowledge are key to dealing with a person suspected of having H1N1. You can read about the history of H1N1 / Swine Flu / Influenza at the Wikipedia Website. Knowing more about H1N1 can help you, family members, friends, and the community.