Take precautions for H1N1, but no need for panic
Jun 20, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Asheville Citizen-Times
The headlines about H1N1, also known as 'swine flu,' are scary: 'Flu planners fear flooded ERs.' 'Dozens Said to Have H1N1.' 'Harsh flu hit likely in WNC.' 'Swine flu oddity: Young suffer more.' 'Swine flu hits Western Carolina University.' On the surface, predictions from health officials are scary, too.
And if you're pregnant, do a search for info on the 700% increase in miscarriages and stillbirths associated with the h1n1 vaccine.
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