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Preventing Norovirus


Preventing Norovirus

February 13, 2013


Source - KING 5 TV

It's been a brutal year when it comes to vomiting/diarrhea illness. This year, especially because of Norovirus. It's spread from Australia to England, where around 1.2 million people have had the new strain, called "Sydney 2012." Dr. Wendy Swanson of Seattle Children’s talks about staying healthy and preventing the spread of norovirus.

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