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Some churches urge less physical contact in flu season

7:15 AM, Jan. 29, 2013
Shaking hands, whether in church or at a business lunch, can be risky business during this severe flu season.
Shaking hands, whether in church or at a business lunch, can be risky business during this severe flu season.
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Fear of the flu has some churches rethinking their traditional hugs and handshakes.

Love your brother, they advise, just don't touch him.

The Catholic and Episcopal dioceses of Dallas sent guidelines to clergy late last week designed to slow the spread of sickness through their congregations. ...

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