Friday, October 21, 2005

for a certain kingfisher....take flight quickly!

The newly appointed head of the United Nations unit (to tackle the bird flu issue) warned that a human flu pandemic could sweep the world and kill up to 150 million people unless immediate steps are taken to fight the bird flu crisis in Asia. The main cause could be the mutation of the bird flu virus and it could be passed from person to person.

Bird flu is largely caused by bird droppings and uncooked meat.

Found an interesting article for your consumption:

Article: How to Protect Your Family Against the Coming Pandemic - by John Hart

....There is no vaccine available. And there won't be for months. Probably six-to-twelve months. Maybe longer. Clinical trials take time. Usually a year. Then once it's available, the vaccine must be distributed worldwide. A logistical nightmare.
So what can you do to protect yourself and your family?
Three steps. And they should be done now, while the winds of pandemic are blowing in Southeast Asia.
1. Buy a supply of oseltamivir, the only antiviral available that seems to reduce the impact of the virus. It doesn't kill it, but it does give your body time to build immunity.
2. Buy the only filter mask that will block H5N1 and kill it dead -- no that mask is not the N95 series. You'd be wasting your money on a N95. Nanomask is the one I strongly recommend.
3. Buy a supply of immunolin, the only blood protein on the market that will strengthen your immune system against horrific challenges like H5N1.
You can wait for your government to come up with a solution to protect you, or you can become proactive. My family has already taken the three steps outlined above, I hope you will too.
(http://www.naturalhealthweb.com/articles/Hart1.html)

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