Latest on Swine Flu

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February 16, 2012 – Swine Flu Hits Mekong.

February 5, 2012 – Bird flu found again in parts of the world.

Jan 30, 2012 – More cases of swine flu in Mexico – Officials claim the flu cases are still within the normal range for this time of year.

Jan 25 2012 – Few adults in their 30’s get flu shots according to research from 2009 flu outbreak where only 20% of 30 year old’s got vaccinated.

Jan 22, 2012 – China reporting 2nd bird flu death in a month

Jan 21 2012 – Scientists Pause Research on Avian Flu – Scientists agree to pause research on avian flu for 60 days involving highly pathogenic avian flu H5N1 viruses leading to the generation of viruses that are more transmissible in mammals. In addition, no experiments with live H5N1 or H5 HA reassortant viruses already shown to be transmissible in ferrets will be conducted during this time period.

Jan 19, 2012 – Side effects found from Tamiflu – 14 new side effects from the highly prescribed swine flu drug Tamiflu

Jan 15, 2012 – CDC Flu Chart – Flu throughout the US remains at low activity at this time

Jan 10, 2012 – CDC Updated Swine Flu Page H3N2

Jan 6, 2012 –Nova Scotia on Lookout for Swine Flu

Jan 4 ,2012 – Swine Flu May be Spreading Between People 

Jan 4, 2012 – Pork Industry on Alert

CDC’s Seasonal Influenza Activity 

5 States Confirmed With Swine Flu

Rare Swine Flu in Minnesota

New Swine Flu Cases in Iowa

2 More Cases of Swine Flu Reported in US

Children Sick from Swine Flu

Probable Human to Human Swine Flu Case in US by CDC

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