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).
Recalls are seen with Automobiles, toys, furniture and other material items but should we be concerned with a recall of a vaccine?
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.
Great advice often comes from our mothers, but it appears the the adage of the importance of washing hands isn’t all encompassing and will be little to no benefit in preventing the Swine Flu .
The Swine Flu discussion continues to be a hot topic and recently it was discussed in Beijing with the World Health Organization indicating that they fear…
The Swine flu Swine flu also referred to as H1N1 has been classified as a pandemic situation. Several bio-pharmaceutical companies have been creating a vaccine . Emory University’s Hope Clinic appears to be starting human testing today.
Immunization for the swine flu is big money. Just ask Protein Science, a biopharmaceutical company who was apparently awarded 35 million dollars for bringing out the first 100,000 doses of the Swine flu vaccine.
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