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2011-01-21 03:59:30
2011-01-21 03:59:30

It might be, but usually the congestion and coughing are caused first by the influenza viral infection. Bronchitis usually is a separate infection and can be viral or bacterial (most often bacterial). It is more often a secondary condition caused by the flu rather than a sign of the flu.


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The swine flu is PURPLE. :]

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yeah,in the knee itz a symptom,and in the wrist,i doubt.

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