Mathematicians’ computer models on vaccine distribution, human behavior help decision-makers fight H1N1 flu
The new H1N1 flu is spreading like a wildfire across the globe. It's the first flu pandemic the world has seen since 1968, and many people are holding their breath. Whether or not swine flu will leave a massive amount of destruction in its wake or smolder along like a typical seasonal flu is a… » Continue Reading
In order to be well-informed on complex issues such as global warming, people need to get their information from a diversity of news sources such as newspapers, television, magazines and the Internet, according to a University of Texas at Austin researcher.
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