In light of the recent outbreak of H1N1, a new type of virus has been spreading amongst Waterloo students, Examitis. This virus seems to only effect university students in waves every four months from the beginning of the year onward. Symptoms are easy to notice and may include exhaustion, frustration, an increased sense of fear, either increased or decreased appetite, heightened desires for distraction, an appearance of dismay, and a sensitive bladder. Doctors have been looking for ways to cure examitis, but have yet to discover anything of use. At the moment, the only method of reducing symptoms seems to a proper diet of food, adequate water intake, at least 8 hours of sleep a day, and a healthy dose of studying. Symptoms only seem to last for a maximum of 3 weeks, except in rare cases. If you are feeling the symptoms of Examitis, just remember that they will eventually go away.