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Why The Only Thing Influenza May Kill Is Germ Theory

Source: GreenMedInfo.com
Sayer Ji
April 16, 2017

Groundbreaking research indicates that nearly everything we once believed about the purportedly deadly properties of flu virus may be based on institutionalized superstition and myth.  2,037 more words


Influenza, Seasonal Disease in Cold Weather

At first, this  virus may appear like a typical cool with a runny nose, wheezing and sore throat. Yet, colds for the most part grow gradually, though this season’s flu virus tends to go ahead all of a sudden. 594 more words


Why do we see H1N1 cases every year?

The spread of influenza virus declines when the temperature shoots up. But this year, despite the summer temperature crossing 40 degrees Celsius in some parts of the country, the number of H1N1 cases and occasional deaths have not stopped. 569 more words


How Science Policy Affects Pandemic Pathogen Research

By: Samuel Porter, PhD

         In 2012, a pair of studies were published in Nature and Science weeks apart igniting one the biggest national debates about science in recent memory. 990 more words


Kenyataan Akhbar KPK 20 April 2017 - Makluman Mengenai Kejadian Terpencil Jangkitan Saluran Pernafasan di Pra-Sekolah SK Seri Tasik Cheras dan Langkah-langkah Pencegahannya

Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) mengambil maklum bahawa terdapat beberapa kejadian jangkitan salur pernafasan yang telah dilaporkan di media kebelakangan ini. KKM ingin memaklumkan bahawa kejadian berkaitan jangkitan pernafasan di Malaysia sentiasa dipantau rapi bagi mengesan situasi kejadian luar biasa melalui sistem survelan influenza sediada. 447 more words


The Threat of Viruses

It’s dark, dank and eerily silent. Visitors Mike Lindley-Jones, an Australian doctor, and two ecologists from EcoAlliance, a non-profit organization in the US, are in Gomantong, an ancient cave in the Borneo region of Malaysia with NPR. 667 more words

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