With 225 confirmed cases Illinois is leading the nation in the number of confirmed H1N1 flu cases. Many businesses are suffering with schools closing and people being urged to stay at home if they develop symptoms of respiratory illness. Dr Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, medical director of occupational health services for Loyola University Health System, offers four tips on protecting your business from the H1N1 flu:...
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