The panic is beginning, and the public is turning to government health sources for information about the flu, even though it is inaccurate and promotes ill-founded fears. While few Americans are in any mortal danger from the flu, in any given year about 1 in 3 Americans acquire the flu and 1 in 4 Americans develop a common cold. How do you prevent or shorten the duration of these viral episodes?
A recent review of published reports causes even more doubt about the safety and effectiveness of vaccines. These reports go unreported by major news sources.
It may surprise you that influenza remains an enigma. Current theory holds that influenza infects like measles, one person gets it, gives it to others, in a chain of infectious events. That theory has some problems. The CDC, recently published a review paper on the transmission of influenza and noted, "Our review found no human experimental studies published in the English-language literature delineating person-to-person transmission of influenza." Furthermore, there is a persistent theory that influenza lies dormant in humans, not birds or swine, where it mutates into a killer strain.
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