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Across the country, health officials are reporting more cases of both seasonal flu and the H1N1 swine flu. Tonight we'll give you the facts you need to stay healthy. A doctor will be in the studio to answer your questions. Click here to submit your questions.
There's another twist to the flu fight. Tests confirm a pig in Minnesota is the first in the U.S. to get swine flu. But officials stress there's no danger to humans. We'll dig deeper into that part of the story.
Also tonight, see how women and men compare in the work place. The raw data might surprise you. For example, new research shows 40 percent of women are now the primary earner in their home. That's because three-quarters of the jobs lost in the recession were held by men. All this comes with more responsibility for women. We'll have the numbers.
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