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So why is it called the Spanish Flu?
That’s a byproduct of World War I censorship
. Countries at war suppressed news about the flu to avoiding alarming their publics. Neutral Spain
didn’t censor the news, however, creating the mistaken impression that it had been hardest hit. Besides being deadlier than most strains of influenza, the Spanish Flu posed the greatest risk to adults between the ages of twenty and forty. Flus typically are deadliest for the young and the old
. (Source: Council on Foreign Relations
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- American Experience: Influenza 1918.
- Bill Nye the Science Guy: Germs.
- Investigating the Immune System: 1914 Flu Antibody
- Secrets of the Dead IV: Killer Flu
- Viruses and Monerans: Flu virus
Women's History Month
- American Experience: One Woman, One Vote
- Jeannette Rankin: The Woman Who Voted No
- SciTech Now: Women and Technology
- She Says: Women in the News
- Utah Women and Education
- Utah Women and Education Forum
KUED Kids Writers and Illustrators Contest
in Partnership with Natural History Museum of Utah
February 1, 2018 - April 15, 2018
This contest is for kids who are in Kindergarten through 6th Grade. Visit KUED.org to learn how to help your budding writer and artist submit their entry.