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USOC and CDC to carry H1N1 vaccination events in Colorado and Alaska As America gears up for the 2010 Paralympic and Olympic Winter Games, the U.S. Surgeon General and Centers for Disease Control and Avoidance leaders will team up with the United States Olympic Committee to hold H1N1 vaccination events at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the 2010 U.S. Cross Country Championships in Anchorage, Alaska on Tuesday, January 5, 2010. U.S. Paralympic and Olympic officials, Olympic-level athletes, personnel, and coaches shall obtain the H1N1 vaccine and sign up for leaders from the U.S. Department of Health insurance and Human Solutions in encouraging Americans to do the same..The consequences of warm temperature had been related in urban and rural districts. The most vulnerable districts included deprived districts in London such as Tower and Hackney Hamlets, with the chances of dying more than doubling on very hot days like those of August 2003. The reasons for the uneven distribution of deaths in warm weather need to be studied, said Professor Majid Ezzati, from the educational school of General public Health at Imperial, who led the extensive analysis. It might be due to more vulnerable individuals being concentrated in a few areas, or it may be related to differences at the grouped community level, like quality of health care, that require government action. We may expect that folks in areas that tend to be warmer will be more resilient, because they adjust by installing air conditioning for example.

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