Originally published 10/12/2017
The Spanish Flu Killed More Than 50 Million People, but We’re Only Now Beginning to Recognize How Devastating It Was
This is why that is.
Originally published 02/17/2014
Model also links avian influenza strains to deadly horse flu.
Originally published 02/11/2014
Humphries writes that victims of a mysterious respiratory disease that broke out in northern China in November 1917.
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