WASHINGTON With summer coming to a close and autumn just around the corner, public health officials are forecasting the arrival of flu season together with the more serious return of the H1N1 pandemic virus, more commonly known as the swine flu. While the nation largely dodged the worst of the pandemic during its first appearance earlier this year, many experts are predicting that H1N1 will return this season even stronger than before.In anticipation, the National Restaurant Association ...
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