FLU

FLU
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Are You Getting the Best Information?


BEFORE YOU SUBMIT TO THE SWINE FLU VACCINE,
YOU NEED TO BE INFORMED
WATCH THIS IMPORTANT VIDEO and learn the fastrack info about this vaccine. Then visit http://NVIC.org for additional information with respect to laws and safety.

How to Beat and Prevent the Avian Flu and Other Influenzas

FEATURED TOPIC: IS IT A COLD OR THE FLU?
This is a frequently asked question at this time of year. While both are the result of the body's inability to overcome invasion by a virus, here is a quick overview of the differences.....

With a COLD, one may sometimes get fatigue or weakness and may get slight general aches or pains, but NEVER extreme exhaustion. Fever and headache are very rare. Usually there is sneezing and a sore throat. Chest discomfort and cough are common.

With the FLU, however, there is usually a quick onset of high fever, (101-102--sometimes higher, especially in young children), which lasts 3 to 4 days. While a stuffy nose, sneezing, and sore throat may be present, chest and cough symptoms can become very severe. Headache is common and usually there are general (often severe) aches and pains. Extreme exhaustion is usual at the beginning of the illness; fatigue and weakness may last 2 to 3 weeks. DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR CHILD TO A FLU SHOT UNTIL YOU CLICK HERE FIRST!

Please don't confuse what we typically call "the flu" with "avian" or "bird flu"-- here are some articles you may find interesting if you are wanting to know more about so-called "bird flu": Click here for Article 1 or click here for Article 2. These are not the stories you will hear from the CDC.

Interestingly, poultry are resistant to bird flu if their selenium level is adequate--eggs are high in selenium. Therefore, if poultry are forced into excessive egg production (selenium leaving their body in greater amounts) or their food source is not adequate in selenium, they are prone to the infection.

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