NO. The Bird Flu is influenza caused by the H5N1 virus, also known as the Avian Flu. H5N1 virus is an influenza virus (cold virus). And Ebola is a filovirus that has little in common with the aforementioned diseases caused by different viruses.
Flu is caused by a virus. That's why antibiotics do not help when you have the flu.
No, the flu is caused by a virus.
No the flu is caused by a virus.
Avian influenza is also known as the "Bird Flu". Influenza is caused by viruses. The virus that causes avian flu is the H5N1 influenza virus.
There are no antibiotics for the bird flu. Influenza (all types) is caused by a virus, and hence can't be treated with antibiotics (antibiotics only work with bacteria).
It is caused by a virus called A-H1N1/09 influenza virus (aka swine flu).
yes it is, the influenza virus
Bird flu (Avian Flu) is a Type A influenza and contains RNA.
No, it is caused by a virus.
Yes, swine 'flu is caused by a strain of the influenza virus.
no it's a virus
Flu is always caused a virus, not bacteria, so no flu epidemic will be due to a bacterial agent. This is true of the 1918 "Spanish Flu", it was caused by a virus.
The Bird Flu virus manifests itself in a variety of ways. The symptoms of bird flu are: running nose, high ever, cough, lethargy, and general fatigue.
The flu is a virus caused by germs/bacteria.
Influenza, or flu, is a respiratory illness that is caused by a virus.
No. The flu is caused by a virus, not bacteria.
The flu is caused by the influenza virus.
The flu (influenza) is caused by viruses.
Avian Flu is caused by the virus like Flu virus in man. This virus has evolved with birds.
No; they are not caused by the same virus.
Neither. It is caused by a virus.
Influenza is caused by a virus. its straight up a virus...
The H5N1 Virus is the Avian Flu, or otherwise recognized as the bird flu. :)