LONDON (Reuters) - Children in Britain who were vaccinated with a GlaxoSmithKline shot against H1N1 swine flu had a significantly increased risk of developing the rare sleep disorder narcolepsy, according to results of a scientific study. Full story
British and Chinese scientists have found a genetic variant which explains why Chinese populations may be more vulnerable to the H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu. Full story
LONDON (Reuters) - At least one in five people worldwide were infected with swine flu during the first year of the 2009-2010 H1N1 pandemic, an international research group said on Friday, but the death rate was just 0.02 percent. Full story
Lisa Boland has plenty to smile about. She's back at home with a son she gave birth to when she was in a coma suffering from swine flu. And, she'll be marrying her partner, Mark, who she proposed to while in the hospital. ITN’s Stephen Douglas reports.
File photo of Professor Angus Nicoll answering questions concerning swine flu at a news conference at the European Center for Disease Control in Stockholm April 29, 2009. REUTERS/SCANPIX/Jonas Ekstromer
A nurse prepares a dose of H1N1 flu vaccine at Prince Hamzeh hospital in Amman in this November 17, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji/Files
Director for health and social care at the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions Goran Stiernstedt gestures during an interview with Reuters in Stockholm January 17, 2013. Stiernstedt has spent many difficult hours going over what happened in his country during the swine flu pandemic,