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Global Pandemic: Fact AND Fiction

What's the real story on the swine flu? It's spreading, sure, but what can you do to make sure you're less likely to be affected?

WHO Would Like To Remind You About The Swine Flu

Have you, like millions of Americans, nearly forgotten about the dreaded swine flu outbreak? Me too. Thankfully, the WHO (World Health Organization) has raised its threat level to 6, making it a "full blown pandemic". This capitalizes on the fact that many people associate the word "pandemic" with "epidemic" and therefore reach for the panic button like it was the last donut in the break room after a staff meeting. Remember that the term "pandemic" refers to the areas to which a disease or virus has spread. In this case, just because it's s...

SHOCKING Side Effects of Common Drugs

NSAIDs Aspirin, along with a number of other NSAIDs (Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs) are used by many Americans not only for pain relief, but also to help thin the blood to reduce risk for stroke or heart attack. What you may not know is that it can also deplete folate and vitamin C from your system, making you more susceptible to cold, flu, and other infections that someone with normal levels may not be. Low levels of folate have also been linked to increased risk for various cancers including breast and colon cancer.   Calcium Cha...

More Untested Vaccines Approved By FDA

More Untested Vaccines Approved By FDA

In a move that might as well be an outright admission that single dose vaccines DONT work, the FDA has approved (once again, without testing) a new quadruple dose vaccine that is being targeted at the elderly. Vaccines like the one for the flu often come with a host of side effects, in many cases due to mercury content. People with weaker immune systems, like senior citizens, are the most likely to suffer these. Though this new super vaccine was approved all the way back in April, no scientific tests have been performed to this day.  ...

Are You Prepared For Cold And Flu Season?

With the temperatures starting to go down, the threat of the common cold and influenza is rising. It is hard to escape the common cold or flu and difficult telling the symptoms apart. Make sure you know the difference between the two and what you can do to prevent from getting them. Physicians advise that prevention is the key and an influenza vaccination is recommended. Seasonal influenza - commonly known as the flu - may affect between five and as high as 20 percent of the U.S. population depending on the year, according to the Centers fo...


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