H1N1, a flu virus originating from birds and commonly identified as swine flu, has been discovered in dogs from the Guangxi region of China. These animals were brought to the vet after showing symptoms consistent with canine influenza, and researchers … [read]
In this day and age, you’re either pro-vaccine, or you’re an “anti-vaxxer.” And if you have one problem with one vaccine, or even just one vaccine ingredient, you are labeled not only anti-vaxxer but also anti-science.
Consider a person in… [read]
ALERT Canadians: Toxic Ingredients in the Arepanrix H1N1 Vaccine Harm Your Health
Health Canada has authorized the sale of Arepanrix™ H1N1 vaccine based on no conclusive clinical testing. The authorization is based on the Health Canada review of available data… [read]
Swine flu viruses were first detected in North America in 1930. Pigs are susceptible to influenza, be it porcine (pig), avian (bird), or human, and they are well-known crucibles; just add a few viruses, stir, and voila! You’ve created a… [read]
Is it time for face masks, vaccinations, and quarantines?
Influenza, or flu, is a highly contagious viral respiratory infection which results in fever, headache, fatigue, body aches, sore throat, and congestion. Diarrhea and vomiting may also occur; children are more… [read]