CDC says H1N1 flu strain hit children hardest

07/30/2010 | WebMD

The 2009 pandemic strain of the H1N1 flu virus affected children more than the elderly, which is unusual, according to the CDC. Data showed that during the entire H1N1 season through May 1, hospitalizations for children up to age 4 were 8.3 per 10,000, compared with 3.2 per 10,000 for those age 65 and older.

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