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The “Gesundheit Machine” Collects Campus Cooties in Race Against a Fierce Flu

Scientific American ------------ It’s turning out to be a particularly harsh flu season. The epidemic hasn’t hit the University of Maryland College Park yet; students are just getting back from winter break. But in the close quarters of dorm rooms and cafeterias and study groups, the flu will come. And when it does, Dr. Don Milton, a professor of environmental health, will be ready and waiting to learn from it. On a blustery January day, Milton was with undergraduate research assistants Louie Gold and Amara Fox trying to get students to sign up for his new study on how the flu—and other viruses—spread. They had vouchers for the school convenience store, free hot chocolate and handmade signs. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

The “Gesundheit Machine” Collects Campus Cooties in Race Against a Fierce Flu - Read More from Scientific American

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