Swine Flu Prevention Tips
Here are 10 ways to keep your body boosted and your immune system ready to fight infection.
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My 15 year old son has the flu: fever, aches, cough. He's frustrated and angry - he was scheduled to play quarterback this Thursday - but he's too physically sapped to say much. He's not alone. By now we've all heard the hype about the H1N1 flu virus. Epidemiologists changed the name from "swine flu" after pig farmers in Iowa objected. Whatever. By any name, it's a nas ...
Do you believe in supernatural healing? Do you believe prayer prompts God to heal the sick? These are ancient questions that - in spite of our modern scientific discoveries - continue to fascinate us. We're hearing a growing "buzz" about a pending pandemic of "swine flu" also known as H1N1. Researchers claim to have developed a vaccine for this strain, but the fact ...
Last weekend I returned from a lovely, restful weekend trip to San Francisco. As I boarded the red-eye back to New York, I found myself hoping that just this once, I would have the ideal flying neighbor--the non-existent one. What I got instead was a middle-aged man, sniffling, sneezing, coughing his way through the 5-hour trip. I am the opposite of a hypochondriac--I spend most of my time denyin ...
Just got this from a longtime reader who is not a fan of organic meats, on economic grounds. She writes that this is the best argument for spending more money on pasture-raised meat. Excerpt: Factory farming and long-distance live animal transport apparently led to the emergence of the ancestors of the current swine flu threat. A preliminary analysis of the H1N1 swine flu virus isolated from ...
Every Friday, "Science and the Sacred" features an essay from a guest voice in the science and religion dialogue. This week's guest entry was written by Dean Nelson, the founder and director of the journalism program at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. He is writing a book with Karl Giberson about John Polkinghorne and the faith/science debate. Nelson's most recent book is God Hi ...
by Lynn Hayes In early August the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology met in Washington DC to discuss the science that will constitute President Obama's science agenda over the next few months. At the time, chairman John Holdren made no comment about the H1N1 flu virus, although the virus was on the agenda. Council member Harold Varmus said that , Va ...
The flu is a winter problem, right? Wrong! I just learned that worldwide, there have been 150,000 confirmed cases of swine flu this summer, and with school starting again soon, the co-mingling of kids, adults, and germs is once again close at hand. So here is a reprise of some of the best flu-prevention techniques that will keep you healthy for the rest of the summer and right through ...
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