Hospitals swamped amid flu fears
The widening outbreak of swine flu, also known as H1N1 flu, is exposing a potentially critical hole in the nation's defenses. Across the country, emergency care facilities are straining at the seams even though the swine flu outbreak is relatively small and the federal government has launched a mammoth disease-control effort.
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