Children and H1N1
Swine flu can also take a toll on children, and often times it can be difficult for parents to understand what is wrong with a child when they are not feelings well. Sometimes, depending on the age on the child, they are unable to communicate how they feel, or what doesn't feel right. Here are some very important tell tale signs that your child may be ill or experiencing swine flu symptoms: low energy, child may be uninterested in activities that usually hold his or her interest. Child feels warm, or may have fever. Vomiting and diarrhea are Strong signs of illness and should receive immediate attention to ensure that the child is not suffering from swine flu. Cranky children are never pleasant, but when accompanied by coughing, crying, and fever, its important to have your child tested for H1N1.