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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 People Who are Most Vulnerable to Getting The Flu Flu Vaccines Flu Vaccines The FluofDeath 1.) People with asthma2.) People with diabetes3.) People with a heart disease4.) People who have had a stroke5.) 65+ in age6.) Pregnant women7.) People with HIV or AIDS8.) People with cancer9.) Children under 5 Light Blue= 50+ in age Blue=Young Children Red=Adults of all ages 20 40 60 80 Yellow=People with diabetes In this graph, the number represents the percentage reduction the fluvaccine offers. Green=People with chronic lung disease Biologic Aspects of The Flu Death rates offlu vs. other diseasesIn 2014 Effectiveness of Flu Vaccines Some examples of these are: Proteins in The Flu: HA: HemagglutininNA: Neuraminidase Cell bound host proteasecleaves HA into HA1 and HA2M2 ion channelpromotes structural change as it enters the cell Influenza, most commonly known as "The Flu", is a deadly virus that kills thousands of people each year. Although The Flu is deadly, there are many simple ways to prevent yourself from getting it. Work Cited Malaria 300,000 Flu 500,000 Tuberculosis 600,000 Ebola 5,177 1.Get vaccinated2.Wash your hands at least 8 times a day3.Keep hand sanitizer close and use it after you sneeze, cough, or blow your nose4.Dont touch your face5.Smile, studies show that smiling helps your immune system6.Eat healthy and balanced meals 7.Exercise will shorten your recovery period Ways to Prevent The Flu Biologic processesof The Flu: Once the virusenters the cell: The virus releases someRNA that goes and hijacks the cell resources tomake copies of itself.
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