anti-flu

Translations

anti-flu

[ˈæntɪˈfluː] adjantinfluenzale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

anti-flu

adj antigripal
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Measures of the anti-flu antibody response also were higher for the younger women as compared to the men and the older women, though the greatest differences were between the younger and the older women.
"Begin preparing in the summer for what you will need in September to launch an all-out anti-flu campaign," Perkison said.
In Karachi, many people have fallen sick owing to a shortage of anti-flu shots.
ISLAMABAD -- A new study brings us closer to an anti-flu probiotic pill.
At the time, companies were not interested in an anti-flu drug as it was not profitable.
IANS | New York Researchers have generated a new llama-based anti-flu antibody that demonstrates long-lasting and universal protection from a wide variety of influenza A and B viruses, including avian-borne strains like H1N1.
Another influenza B virus subtype also is circulating, "and that's no fun, either," said Randy Bergen, a pediatrician who is leading the anti-flu effort for Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
Eric Tayag, in a separate interview, said the two workers were immediately removed from isolation but were advised to continue taking anti-flu viral drug Oseltamivir.
Scientists have discovered a potent anti-flu molecule in mucus secreted from the skin of an amphibian from southern India.
According to Gulf Times, many big schools and colleges are taking anti-flu measures to safeguard their student population from H1N1 virus.
The health ministry also tends to intensify its anti-flu campaign through several health activities and measures such as conducting training courses for schools' staff in order to increase their knowledge with necessary information and updates about the virus and its symptoms.