Is Swine flu more susceptible in certain races like Asian and Latino as opposed to Caucasian and Afr
no anyone can get it, no matter what ethnicity. There has been 2500 college kids at Washington State University who just got it
I have also heard that anyone can get it but younger people in their twenties are know to catch it faster.
Younger People Appear More at Risk From New Swine Flu
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news … 86205.html
Swine flu is not like other dieases its the flu just a diffrent type. Yes there are dieases out there that only found more in one race then anyothers. But the Swine is not one of them if you just look at the news you will see that every race is getting it and the biggest outbreaks are in school from middle schools to collages.
A Race has nothing to do with Viral infestations ... we are all humans, and there are no superior Races, among Humans.
But if you said, anything in the context of the "Class " of a people ... then, the Poor, Under nourished, lesser informed, and those careless about personal hygiene ... whether, Asian, Latin or African ... are at a greater risk, than people belonging to "better" Classes.
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