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Influenza

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1 Coughing up the facts
Jeffries--Leah Kay (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 107:22, p.7
11/12/2010 College students are highly susceptible to colds and the flu. A decline in class attendance may be due to late semester laziness or illness of the student population. Students urged to take precautions.
2 Colds, bugs and viruses, oh my!
Laurio--Katelyn Rose (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 107:13, p.8
10/12/2010 Exposure to the common cold is everywhere on a college campus. Washing your hands frequently is helpful. If you have a temperature over 100 degrees or a persistent cough, you should not attend classes.
3 Abuse of H1N1 policy prompts change
Jensen--Brice Tyler (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:31, p.1
1/29/2010 Some professors have included their policy on absence due to H1N1 in their syllabi; others are addressing the problem on a case by case basis. The Student Health Clinic has stopped providing written illness excuses for students; photo.
4 UNI Student Health Clinic to hold second clinic for free H1N1 flu vaccinations for UNI students
Public Relations News Release 2009:218, p.1
1/11/2010 Approximately 950 doses are available to students and will be distributed on Jan. 20, in the lower level of the Commons on a first-come basis. The Black Hawk County Health Department recommends receiving the H1N1 vaccination.
5 Student Health Clinic to distribute 1,500 free H1H1 vaccines
Northern Iowan 106:27, p.3
12/11/2009 A free H1N1 vaccination distribution will be held in the lower level of the Commons. Those eligible include faculty, staff, and students under the age of twenty-five and students of all ages with chronic health conditions; photo.
6 UNI Student Health Clinic to distribute 1,500 free H1N1 flu vaccinations
Public Relations News Release 2009:196, p.1
12/3/2009 The Black Hawk County Health Department recommends receiving the H1N1 vaccination even if an individual has already been sick to help fight off future exposure to the flu. Additional H1N1 vaccination clinics will be scheduled as supplies become available.
7 H1N1 to Z-day: always be prepared
Fagle--Tess Ann (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:18, p.5
10/30/2009 Tips on where best to survive the dreaded flu or zombie day. The dorms, Campanile, McCollum Hall, Rialto, and Rod Library all have pluses and minuses; photo.
8 As we move through the cold and flu season
Northern Iowan 106:16, p.8
10/23/2009 Health Center offers advice on colds and flu and how to tell them apart.
9 Free H1N1 vaccinations coming to the University of Northern Iowa
Schreck--Anna E. (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:16, p.1
10/23/2009 Ten thousand doses of vaccine have been promised for use by students aged 18-24. Plans call for a five day time frame for vaccinations at a central location to be announced; photo.
10 Students come down with H1N1 influenza
Pyle--Seth Kennan (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:16, p.1
10/23/2009 Preston Sereg is the first UNI student to contact the H1N1 virus. Fever and headache were his only symptoms.
11 Police to pay more attention to alcohol-related issues at Homecoming
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 106:13, p.3
10/13/2009 Homecoming brings more people to campus; with increased tailgating, over consumption of alcohol becomes more likely. Dave Zarifis warns that a zero tolerance will be used for drunk driving, open containers, and bootlegging; photo.
12 Let's U"N"I" healthy
French--Larissa A. (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 106:9, p.5
9/29/2009 Eight tips to help reduce the spread of the flu on campus.
13 Brad's Sports Blurb H1N1: Spreading around locker rooms across the country
Eilers--Bradley David (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 106:8, p.10
9/25/2009 Several universities have reported college athletes infected with the H1N1 virus or "swine flu". Some games or exhibitions had been cancelled due to the illness; photo.
14 Flu vaccines run out
Northern Iowan 106:8, p.1
9/25/2009 Two thousand free flu vaccinations have been given to students. Remaining students urged to get vaccinations from their local physician or area pharmacies.
15 Two-thousand free seasonal flu vaccinations have been distributed to UNI students
Public Relations News Release 2009:75, p.1
9/23/2009 Because the supply of flu vaccinations have been distributed, the Student Health Center is recommending students contact their personal health care providers to receive the season flu vaccination.
16 UNI see first confirmed H1N1 case
Public Relations News Release 2009:64, p.1
9/17/2009 Two thousand seasonal flu vaccinations will be available to students free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis for students only. This is not a vaccination for the H1N1 flu, but will help the overall population at the college remain healthier.
17 Free seasonal flu vaccinations available to UNI students
Northern Iowan 106:5, p.1
9/15/2009 Schedule announced for two thousand free flu vaccinations beginning September 22.
18 Free seasonal flu vaccinations available for UNI students
Public Relations News Release 2009:47, p.1
9/14/2009 All students are encouraged to get a vaccination for the seasonal flu. This is not a vaccination for the H1N1 flu, but having it will help the overall population at UNI remain healthier.
19 Free seasonal flu vaccinations available for UNI studentss
Public Relations News Release 2009:46, p.1
9/14/2009 Two thousand seasonal flu vaccinations will be available to students free of charge. The flu vaccinations will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for students only. This is not a vaccination for the H1N1 flu.
20 UNI prepares for active flu season
Public Relations News Release 2009:28, p.1
9/4/2009 The H1N1 flu virus is spreading in different parts of the country, including college campuses in the Midwest. The college has initiated several preventative measures in response to the latest recommendations by the CDC.
21 H1N1 vaccine set to appear this fall
Tegeler--Cassie L. (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 106:1, p.11
8/28/2009 Students encouraged to get vaccinated for the H1N1 (swine flu) virus. College age students are at high risk for infection; photo.
22 The news is making me sick
Grayson--Adam Michael (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:54, p.4
5/1/2009 24 hour news cycle has the potential to turn people away from the news. The attention placed on seemingly unimportant matters makes people lose interest.
23 Bring on the cold
Northern Iowan 105:21, p.7
11/11/2008 Warns about the dangers of winter including influenza, frostbite, and seasonal affective disorder.
24 Sick days, college style
Cook--Lindsey K. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 105:10, p.5
10/3/2008 Germs are everywhere on a college campus. Students reminded to wash their hands often. When illness strikes, drinking plenty of water, taking vitamin C, and using over-the-counter remedies for headaches are all helpful.
25 Fending off the avian flu
Northern Iowan 102:38, p.7
2/17/2006 Believes that tax dollars should be used to find vaccine for avian flu.
26 NI year in news
Steffen--Amie R. (Class of 2006)
Northern Iowan 101:55, p.1
4/29/2005 Recap of news stories and photographs from the 2004-2005 school year; photo.
27 Seen a germ lately?
Northern Iowan 101:41, p.7
3/1/2005 Encourages students to wash their hands more often due to reduce the potential for infection.
28 Vaccinations recommended to stop spread of deadly bacteria
McCue--Timothy M. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 101:39, p.1
2/22/2005 Vaccinations are highly recommended to prevent meningitis; photo.
29 Flu shot shortage not expected to get better anytime soon
Kelly--Ned (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:18, p.1
10/29/2004 Update on the flu vaccine shortage situation nationwide and how it affects UNI; photo.
30 Untitled
Ellenwood--Jacquelyn D. (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 100:27, p.1
12/9/2003 Students sign up for meningitis and flu vaccinations in Schindler Education Center; photo.
31 Sober and single: fight meningitis
Szeszycki--Emily (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 100:14, p.3
10/17/2003 Meningitis is spread through saliva; flu shots will be administered at various times in the next month.
32 Flurry of flu cases hits UNI
Pierce--Leslie D. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:43, p.1
3/11/2003 Student Health Center has treated fifteen to twenty students per day this semester with symptoms of Influenza B.
33 Beat winter blues with flu vaccine
Schroeder--Tim (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:20, p.10
11/9/2001 UNI's Student Health Center is providing flu shots for UNI students, faculty, staff, and their spouses.
34 Nationwide vaccine shortage affects UNI Health Center
Taylor--Megan E. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 97:25, p.3
11/21/2000 The UNI Health Center received only 85 percent of the one thousand flu inoculations that it ordered.
35 Flu shots offered
Campus News Network 11:7, p.2
10/23/2000 Flu shots will be available October 24.
36 Flu shots all around
Public Relations News Release 1999:84, p.1
10/18/1999 Discussion with Ann McRae, nursing coordinator at UNI, about the importance of flu shots
37 Student health center offers flu vaccinations to students, staff
Fuller--Cynthia
Northern Iowan 96:14, p.3
10/15/1999 Flu vaccinations are now available at the student health center.
38 Flu shots available at Health Center
Lovelace--Todd
Northern Iowan 95:17, p.3
10/27/1998 Flu shots are now available at the Student Health Center.
39 Stopping the flu bug before it starts
Public Relations News Release 1996:151, p.1
11/11/1996 Linda Basu talks about who should get a flu shot and its effectiveness.
40 Achoo! Here comes the flu
Northern Iowan 93:17, p.1
10/29/1996 Health Services will offer flu shots to faculty, staff, and students this week.
41 Health Center offers flu shots; don't let the flu bug bite
Barron--Melissa
Northern Iowan 92:16, p.1
10/20/1995 Students can receive flu shots for $8.
42 Students roll up their sleeves for flu season
Sauerbrei--Amy
Northern Iowan 91:19, p.2
10/28/1994 Student Health Center offers vaccination for influenza.
43 Flu vaccinations available at Health Center
Nardini--Jennifer
Northern Edition 2:25, p.7
10/26/1994 Center and local medical facilities offer influenza vaccinations.
44 Recent flu virus stronger than last year
Northern Iowan 88:29, p.6
1/17/1992 Tips for dealing with influenza.
45 Still should consider flu shot if not yet had it, says University of Northern Iowa epidemiologist
Public Relations News Release 1991:278, p.1
12/16/1991 Sue Joslyn reminds the public that it is not too late to get the benefit from a flu shot.
46 Falling outside temperatures can mean rising body temperatures.
Public Relations News Release 1991:158, p.1
10/28/1991 Sue Joslyn warns that this year's flu bug has the potential to put some people out of commission for two weeks.
47 Achoo! Achoo! Cold & Flu--Tis the season
Public Relations News Release 1990:403, p.1
3/11/1991 Rest and plenty of liquids are still the best remedy for colds.
48 How are you feeling?--Flu bug sweeps country?
Public Relations News Release 1990:179, p.1
11/12/1990 UNI professor warns of possible banner year ahead for the flu bug.
49 World War I and the Teachers College; contention in Cedar Falls
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.348
7/1/1990 Effects of World War I on the campus, curriculum, and students; detailed look at the student teaching controversy with the Cedar Falls schools.
50 Don't get bit by the flu bug-- there are ways to stay healthy this winter.
Public Relations News Release 1989:217, p.1
11/6/1989 Tom O'Rourke says anyone thinking about getting a flu shot should get one now in order for it to work when the flu season hits. He says for some people, especially the elderly, flu shots should be mandatory.

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