The CDC reports that a new influenza strain, a combination of H1N1 and H3N2, poses more of a threat for children than adults, who may be partially protected from the new virus by getting a flu shot. The new strain is expected to respond to Tamiflu and Relenza, and the CDC has a candidate vaccine virus for H3N2 that it has sent to vaccine manufacturers.

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