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Reuters IndiaThe onset is tied to the start of winter, as Mongolians seal up their homes to keep out the cold. Vaccine production has been slower than originally ...
It's probably swine flu but don't panic, doctors advise - Nov 13, 2009
American ChronicleNov. 13--Sinus drainage. Maybe a chill. A cough. And then, fear. Is it just a cold? Seasonal flu? ...
Who Was Nels Konnerup? - Nov 19, 2009
NewsBlazeAmerica honors its deceased presidents, its fallen troops, its late senators, and even its musicians and movie stars. ...
Cold cases - Dec 21, 2008
GoErie.com,There is no cold vaccine you can take. There are too many viruses that cause cold symptoms, and scientists aren't eager to develop a vaccine against such a
Shots are the best protection from influenza - Dec 22, 2008
Woodbridge Sentinel,It's cold and flu season again — with the emphasis on flu or "influenza" as it's formally called. The flu is much more serious than the common cold and can
Shot of prevention can ease sickening season - Nov 18, 2008
Jackson Hole Star-Tribune,By MARY POWERS Home values are falling. Unemployment rates are rising. Nights are getting longer. Days are getting colder. And the holiday shopping season
Health in a Handbasket: How to avoid influenza - Nov 5, 2008
The Daily Titan,Around this time each year, people start talking about the holidays, pumpkin pie, snowflakes and … the flu shot. I personally avoid this shot and all
Alternative Remedy May Help Battle Influenza - Sep 16, 2008
CityNews,For years, a certain loudmouthed former hockey coach has been especially vocal about one thing - and no, it isn't the Europeans.
Common Cold Vaccine Could Fight Brain Tumors - Apr 29, 2008
RedOrbit,US scientists intend to begin testing a common cold vaccine to fight the effects of glioblastoma multiforme, a deadly form brain cancer, researchers at Duke
Fears bluetongue virus may not be killed off - Sep 26, 2007
Farmers Guardian,By Jack Davies WITH a warm start to winter predicted this year, there are fears that the bluetongue virus may not be destroyed by the weather.
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