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Stop H1N1 Swine Flu In It’s Tracks

A Public Service Announcement:

One of the ways you can stop the spread of H1N1 influenza, seasonal flu and other diseases is to wash your hands often with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizers. This video demonstrates the proper way to wash your hands, along with helpful tips and hints to prevent catching or spreading the disease.

Even if you think you’ve heard it all before you will still learn something from this video, and make sure your children watch it too. You can find more health videos here at the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA).

This is a non-blog related but nonetheless important public service announcement from your friendly neighborhood BLOGBloke.

Written November 2nd, 2009 by | 11 Comments | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips, Videos

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  1. If you look at the pandemic of 1977, when H1N1 or Swine Flu re-emerged after a 20 year absence, there is no shift in age-related mortality pattern. The 1977 “pandemic” is, of course, not considered a true pandemic by experts today, for reasons that are not entierely consistent. It certainly was an antigenic shift and not an antigenic drift. As far as I have been able to follow the current events, the most significant factor seems to have been that most people, who were severely affected, were people with other medical conditions.

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  2. In my opinion swine flu is a hoax so don’t get overly caught up in this hysteria. Flu is with us all the time and every year.

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  3. during the height of the H1N1 or Swine Flu epidemic, i was very afraid to get infected with this disease and i wore face mask whenever i got into heavily populated areas.

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  4. Really enjoyed this article with some really good, simple and constructive advice. Should we take Swine Flu seriously? You bet!! This is now worldwide and it is sweeping nations, state by state and County by County. I have taken precautions for my family and I, and I would recommend that you do the same. “How To Survive Swine Flu” is a must read foe example.

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  5. i remember being scared of getting infected by H1N1 during the height of the pandemic. at least two of my classmates got infected by H1N1.

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  6. i think that in asian countries the Swine Flu did not spread rapidly compared to those countries that are located in colder climates. we should still be very thankful that the swine flu did not cause massive infections.

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