Americans head to hospitals, clinics with swine flu concerns

05/1/2009 | NYTimes.com

Americans are crowding into hospital ERs and walk-in clinics because they are worried about getting the swine flu. Health care facilities in California, New York, Alabama and other states are reporting more cases of flu concerns among people who simply have a cough or cold. Huntsville Hospital in Alabama saw about 100 extra patients in 12 hours, nearly all of whom were worried about the flu.

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