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Press Release 12-013
Young Adults Responded Well to Swine Flu

Generation X Report details 36-39 year olds' first encounter with a major epidemic

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Photo of a young woman reading the temperature from a thermometer.

Using survey data collected from approximately 3,000 young adults during the 2009-2010, research shows about 65 percent of Generation X was at least moderately concerned about swine flu, and nearly 60 percent said they were following the issue very or moderately closely.

Credit: 2012 Jupiter Images Corporation

 

University of Michigan's Jon D. Miller discusses results of a new survey on Generation X's response to swine flu.

Credit: University of Michigan, Mandira Banerjee, Diane Swanbrow

 



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