Sydney Associate Professor Benjamin Tang's research explains why healthy people ...

REVEALED: Why the flu hits some people harder than others - and it doesn't matter if you're fit and healthy Associate Professor Benjamin Tang has researched why people catch the flu Nepean Hospital intensive care specialist found being healthy was no barrier Nor was being young, his study of 720 influenza patients in three nations found 

By Stephen Johnson For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:46 BST, 1 August 2019 | Updated: 03:26 BST, 1 August 2019

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The flu is more likely to hit some people more than others even it they are fit and healthy, new scientific research has found.

Associate Professor Benjamin Tang, an intensive care specialist from western Sydney's Nepean Hospital, co-authored research into how the flu worsens.

His work, published in the Nature Communications journal, found that being young and healthy was no guarantee of flu immunity.

The flu is more likely to hit some people more than others even it they are fit and healthy, new scientific research has found. Associate Professor Benjamin Tang, an intensive care specialist from western Sydney’s Nepean Hospital, co-authored research into how the flu worsens (pictured is a stock image of a woman with tissue)

The flu is more likely to hit some people more than others even it they are fit and healthy, new scientific research has found. Associate Professor Benjamin Tang, an intensive care

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