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12:46 PM | February 02, 2013
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Warm years limit flu transmission, but that makes us more susceptible to the virus the following season, explains Sherry Towers at Arizona State University, meaning health authorities have to watch for severe epidemics as climate changes.

Towers, S., Chowell, G., Hameed, R., Jastrebski, M., Khan, M., Meeks, J., Mubayi, A. & Harris, G. (2013). Climate change and influenza: the likelihood of early and severe influenza seasons following warmer than average winters, PLoS Currents, DOI:

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