Swine Flu

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A Friendly Summer Swine Flu Reminder

Date: 08/17/2009

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 ...

Related Topics: Physical Health, Cold And Flu, Swine Flu, Flu Prevention


Swine flu vaccine may lead to a brain disorder

Date: 08/16/2009

I was thinking about getting the vaccine since I have an underlying medical condition but I think I'll wait: A warning that the new swine flu jab is linked to a deadly nerve disease has been sent by the Government to senior neurologists in a confidential letter. The letter from the Health Protection Agency, the official body that oversees public health, has been leaked to The Mail on Sunday, l ...

Related Topics: Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Politics, H1N1, Vaccine, Brain Disorder, GBS, Swine Flu, Government Coverup


Epidemiologists slams the swine flu fearmongering

Date: 07/24/2009

Following up on my "Conspiracy Corner" post from last week, an interview on the Spiegel Online website with Tom Jefferson shows that it's not just conspiracy nuts that are spectacle of the latest attempt to frighten humans around the world.  Dr. Jefferson is associated with Cochranes Vaccine Field , an organization based in Italy which was founded to facilitate the gathering of evidence on ...

Related Topics: Jefferson Interveiw, Swine Flu Conspiracy


Do I want to get swine flu in England?

Date: 07/22/2009

Swine flu is all over England, as you've probably read, and I'm wondering if I ought to emulate the Italian students pictured here arriving in the UK with masks on as a prophylactic against the virus. Are these things effective? They've always struck me as all about psychological reassurance, not about keeping the flu away. But I don't know. That link takes you to a Time magazine story, which b ...

Related Topics: England, Swine Flu


Organic isn't healthier; buy it anyway

Date: 07/31/2009

The Food Standards Agency of the British government has released results of an exhaustive comparative study -- the most comprehensive ever -- of food grown organically, versus conventionally, and has concluded that organic meat and produce is only marginally more nutritious than non-organic. I can't say that's a big surprise to me. As I noted in "Crunchy Cons," one ought to be skeptical of big n ...

Related Topics: Britain, Organic


Conspiracy Corner: Swine flu hysteria continues

Date: 07/15/2009

by Lynn Hayes The swine flu began as a mysterious strain of flu, a mixture of swine, bird and human flu strains, just as Chiron and Neptune were moving closer towards their exact conjunction.  At the time I wrote of my suspicion over the sudden appearance of this hybrid strain of flu. After all, it wasn't long ago that scientists recreated the Spanish flu virus that killed an estimat ...

Related Topics: Baxter Worldwide, Chiron Neptune, Forced Vaccinations, Pluto In Capricorn, Swine Flu, World Health Organization

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