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The Menace of the Swine Flu

Updated on May 2, 2009

As the Menace of the Swine Flu continues to threaten the world, we pray for a quick solution so the senseless death of innocent people will stop. For now, all we can do is learn as much as we can from the medical community. The swine flu is something that the medical world itself is trying to understand. The most pressing question that people are asking is how does the swine flu spread from pigs to humans. So it is very important that we update ourselves on the latest news concerning the swine flu. http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/key_facts.htm We all hope this does not turn into an epidemic that will affect millions of people

It is no more news that the swine flu has moved out of Mexico and spread to other parts of the world, this includes Germany, Spain, Israel, Italy, Asia, the US, Netherlands, Switzerland, Canada, South Korea, the list keeps getting bigger as new cases of the swine flu are reported on the news. The menace is fast becoming headlines of news papers, media houses and citizens of most countries. While the affected countries are learning how to deal with the swine flue, the unaffected ones are praying and hoping it never make it to their own even as they brace themselves if it does. Once again the best we can do for now is to update ourselves regularly through google, yahoo, msn, blogs and any other news outlets reporting on the swine flu. At this time there is never too much of any information concerning this menace. We can beat this menace, YES WE CAN! http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/ http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/08599189521600

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      manan 8 years ago

      don't fear

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      BDazzler 8 years ago from Gulf Coast, USA

      If 3000 people per month die of the regular flu in the US and there are 300 cases around the world right now, exactly why is this "Big News" ... concern? Certainly. Something to be informed about? Sure! But seriously, What's the big panic about in the media?

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      Julianna 8 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

      It is always good to stay informed without panic. :)