Samira Mubareka

Infectious Disease Doctor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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Physician who has studied infectious diseases and is a co-author of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine  report into the connection between airborne flu and seasonality

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Influenza is an Italian word from the 18th century, and some historians say it's part of a phrase, influenza di freddo, or "influence of the cold."

Researchers Discover Why Flu Travels in Cold Weather

Influenza is an Italian word from the 18th century, and some historians say it's part of a phrase, influenza di freddo, or "influence of the cold."

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