How are swine flu and ordinary flu different?

No differnce. No difference. They have similar symptoms and signs.
Check it out. This is the best I have seen to help differentiate: http://www.Newmilfordschools.Org/gibbs/nurse/cold_flu_swine_flu.Pdf.

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Is swine flu different from regular flu?

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