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17 Year Old Boy From South Jersey Dies from H1N1 (Swine Flu)

By Robert Fernicola, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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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.