Health Officials from the state of Washington have reported a death in the United States as the result of the Coronavirus. This marks the first death in the U.S. as mounting concerns and reports of a high risk with regards to the COVID-19 virus.
As mounting concerns are heard throughout the media, private accounts, and by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – CDC, it is clear that there should be concerns about Coronavirus.
Death is certainly something that will come to us all. It is interesting and medically important to understand the categories and risks of the most common causes of death.
Is the Flu too Common? I bet it would be nearly impossible for you to guess how many deaths in the United States were related to…
Thousands of your neighbors and friends are asking themselves if the Flu Vaccine is right for them. Flu season is just a few sneezes and coughs away. There are hundreds of ads from local pharmacies to hospitals to your own physician telling you to get one. But some vaccine companies are hoping that you wait and there are plenty of groups telling anyone who will listen, to avoid them completely.
In this article you will find five great tips to help keep kids (and yourself!) healthy this season. Remember to keep healthy, get a flu vaccination, and dress warm.
In the next few months, the flu season will begin to be a concern again. This time though, you will only need to get a single shot of the influenza vaccine to protect against the common flu and the Swine Flu (H1N1 virus).
Norway and Britian may have some troubling news regarding the Swine Flu Swine Flu. The Swine Flu pandemic may be reaching a plateau or peak according to some global health officials but mutations are increasing in concerns.
President Barack Obama in attempts to allow certain changes in medical standards with regards to Swine Flu vaccine production. By signing this document certain requirements may be changed. At this time we are unsure what standards exactly will be changed.
Imaging driving down the road, a small animal jumps out in front of your vehicle – you slam on the breaks and narrowly miss the animal. You determine that you would have easily missed the animal except your breaks are screeching and they couldn’t slow the car down effectively.