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Cold& Flu Killers

Ways to kill the common cold & flu.

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How to Prevent Catching The H1n1 Virus (Swine Flu)

By now you’ve probably seen the frightening pictures of people trying to avoid catching the swine flu infection. Unfortunately swine flu has now been confirmed in multiple locations within the United States. An estimated 10,000 people including 1,100 children died of swine flu in the United States in the seven months after the new strain ofswine flu was first detected in April, a top US health official said. What can we do about it?

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Don’t Get Sick! Easy Tips on How to Avoid The Flu

Here are eight simple tricks to avoid getting the flu or colds. Getting the flu isn’t inevitable as long as basic precautions are taken along with good flu hygiene.

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Flu: Prevention and Remedies

Generally, when you are sick with the flu, you might feel as if a truck ran over you. You are grounded and feel as if you are about to die. It could last for a couple of days or for weeks. Unlike a bacterial infection, a viral infection takes its course, since you cannot fight it with antibiotics. All you could do is control it so that it does not get worse, be patient, and hope to recover sooner or later.

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H1n1 800,000 Recalls

H1N1 Vaccine Recall : The state officials that the swine flu or H1N1 vaccine that has been voluntarily recalled by the manufacturer, Sanofi-Aventis, does not cause any risk to safety immediately, but tests indicate that it is less powerful than what is required.

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The Health Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is the best aid to add during the winter or cold weather. It is also known for giving many other health benefits.

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A Remedy for All: More Than a Cure for Vampires

As recently as 1900 garlic was recommended by some doctors as a cure for tuberculosis. During World War I, it was believed that it could fight dysentery; and World War II, saw it being used on battle wounds to prevent septic poisoning and gangrene. Even the world-famous Albert Schweitzer used garlic to cure cholera and typhus. In the Soviet Union, garlic is so popular for fighting colds and flu that it is known as “Russian penicillin”; in China it has been used for centuries to treat high blood pressure.

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Surviving Cold Season

Just my own advice for surviving cold season.

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Food That Have The Power to Strengthen The Natural Immunity

Food that have the power to strengthen the natural immunity.

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Infuenza or Flu - Major Outbreaks in The Last 100 Years

Influenza or flu being the most common among contagious diseases in humans is often treated with neglect and this has often cost the entire human race dearly. There have been a number of major global flu outbreaks in recent history.

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