Students wouldn’t catch the disease going around, swine flu along with seasonal flu would cause many to get really ill, and kids have different reactions to different seasons.
According to the World Health Organization, the second Influenza A H1N1 pandemic in 2009 spread to more than 200 countries causing more than 18 000 deaths.
Here we have a leaflet from the Fluzone® vaccine. What do you think of these ingredients? Some dosage forms contain thimerosal. Thimerosal contains mercury, right? And mercury is a super poison, right?
So we conclude that about half of the doctors may reject Swine flu vaccination. Why? Because they know or they have doubts about the dangers and they know that the vaccines are not tested thoroughly.
Al lot of general practitioners are just refusing the Swine Flu vaccination. And another 29 % were still in doubt, following a survey published in Healthcare Republic.
Knowledge this wisdom, this goes back when I was twelve
I loved doing right but I was trapped in hell
Had mad ideas, sad eyes and tears
Years of fears, but yo my foes couldn't bear
I searched for the truth since my youth
And went to church since birth, but it wasn't worth the loot
that I was paying, plus the praying
I didn't like staying cuz of busy-bodies and dizzy hotties
That the preacher had souped up with lies
Had me cooped up lookin at loot, butt, and thighs
Durin the service, he swallowed up the poor
And after they heard this, they wallowed on the floor
But I ignored, and explored my history that was untold
And watched mysteries unfold
And dropped a jewel like Solomon, but never followed men
cause if you do your brain is more hollow than
Space oblivia, or the abyss
With no trace of trivia, left with the hiss
Does it pay to be deaf, dumb and blind?
From a slave we was kept from the mind
And from the caves he crept from behind
And what he gave, was the sect of the swine
When the bible, it condemned the pig
I don't mean to pull your hems or flip your wigs
But we used to wear a turban, but now we're in the urban
No more wearing beanies and dress like a genie
No hocus pocus cause I focus on the facts
And put it on the tracks and brought it through the wax
I speak on Jacob, it might take up some time
And too much knowledge, it might break up the rhyme
I did it anyway just to wake up the mind
of those who kiss stones or prays on the carpet
Those who sit home, or sell books by the market
Need to chill and get their mind revived
For years religion did nothing but divide
The basic instructions before leaving earth
I will also be discussing vaccines, how they are developed, why they are used, what a flu vaccine is in particular, how the early flu vaccine is different from H1N1 vaccine, and why there is a concern about the swine flu verses the regular flu, since swine flu season occurs yearly....
The Swine Flu spread through Mexico in April, 2009, and by June 11th, the World Health Organization raised the alert level to a full-blown pandemic across the globe.
The treatment to swine flu consists of vaccines that have been created by pharmaceuticals that have been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
In Lawrence Gostin's “Swine Flu Vaccine: What Is Fair?” (2009), he explains his doubts for the Swine Flu vaccination by emphasizing how rich countries have a large advantage over poor countries in receiving the vaccin...
The Swine Flu began its massive spread through Mexico in April (2009) and by June, the World Health Organization raised the alert level to a full-blown pandemic across the globe.
Classic H1N1 SIV has been widely reported since an influenza-like outbreak was first detected in swine in the United States (U.S.) during the catastrophic 1918 human influenza pandemic (2)....
Although the origin of the 2009 pan-H1N1 is unclear, the virus is genetically closely related to triple reassortant (TR) swine influenza viruses (SIVs) currently circulating in swine.
In the past, in Mexico, the Midwestern United States, South America, China, Taiwan, Japan and other parts of Eastern Asia have been found tainted with swine flu.
Every fall season for as long as I can remember, I've made my way to the doctor for my yearly flu shot. But according to two studies published today in and , annual flu shots could be a thing of the past. Unlike vaccines for measles or the chickenpox, which only need to be administered once or twice in a lifetime, flu vaccines are necessary every flu season as different strains become more prevalent. However, researchers with the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (who published their results in Nature) and Johnson & Johnson and The Scripps Research Institute (who published their findings in Science) have identified two promising vaccines that could pave the way toward universal flu vaccines. How they work Both vaccines targeted the stem of a protein called hemagglutinin, or HA, glycoprotein. Most vaccines go after the head of this HA protein, which gets mutated frequently and requires a different vaccine to combat each distinct mutation. This is why you have to get a new vaccine each year, because the vaccine you recieved last year isn't necessarily for the same mutated strain that's making the rounds this year. The stem of the HA protein, on the other hand, doesn't mutate as much. So, targeting the stem instead of the head could be the right path toward a universal flu vaccine. How effective they are at fighting the flu The vaccine used in the Nature study used nanoparticles from swine flu to latch onto the stem of the HA protein, letting the immune system know the virus was in the body. That way, the immune system could respond to it before the animal got infected. All of the mice that were immunized survived being injected with the bird flu virus, which is usually fatal in animals. And More than 60% of the ferrets that were immunized survived after being injected with the same strain of flu virus, which meant the vaccine was partially protective in that case. The other vaccine, developed by Johnson & Johnson's Janssen Pharmaceutical unit and The Scripps Research Insititute, is a molecule that alerts the body's immune system to attack not only swine flu but also bird flu. They tested the vaccine on mice, where it worked well. It didn't work quite as well on monkeys, though those who were vaccinated did have less severe symptoms. Future work The idea behind these animal-based studies was to test the concept out and see if it was effective, researchers with both the Nature and the Science studies said. It's difficult to create a universal vaccine, because the strains of flu that are prevalent one year aren't necessarily going around the next year — and even if they are the same strains, the virus is so quick to evolve, it's possible the current mutation can resist the old vaccine. Seeing the success of targeting the stem of the HA protein rather than the head was a big step in the the right direction. If it works for one or more flu strain, then it's possible it could cover a number of other strains as well, leading to a universal vaccine that doesn't have to be taken every year. The Guardian reports human trials are at least three years off. And until those begin to happen, we won't know for sure if these vaccines will have the same effect. Scientists who weren't involved in either study told the Genetic Expert News Source that they were excited by the possibility of these new vaccines but would like to see further research before jumping for joy and declaring the methods a success.CHECK OUT: 4 big ways the US's longest-running health care program is changing lives SEE ALSO: A cheap, life-saving vaccine that’s been around for 6 years could finally be put to widespread use Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Scientists just discovered 11,000-foot ice mountains, geysers, and volcanoes on Pluto