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What are the short-term effects of influenza?

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Answered 2007-02-23 14:51:30

They vary from strain to strain and how they affect an individual. In general, the following are common symptoms: *Nausea *Diarreaha *Fever *Aches of the body and joints *Lithargy *Loss of equilibrium *Headaches *Some strains will have Congestion and coughing

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