Swine flu, which appears to be on an incidence downturn, may spike again with the onset of cold weather, which is a typical occurrence with any kind of flu. Cold weather drives more people indoors, and puts kids back in school, thus exposing each other more readily to germs. There is also some evidence that germs spread more easily through dry air, which is typical of wintertime.
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