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... Flu is caused by a virus. Viruses live in body cells and cannot survive and reproduce outside these cells. It is possible for a virus to survive in body fluids left on a surface for a while, but not for more than a few minutes. As the body cells in the fluid die, so do the viruses. ... (13 replies)
... Pretend one person got it, then sneezed onto a table. The table now is covered by the flu. Then one day, this person is cured, however, the table was left alone. ... (13 replies)
... btwn them and gd diet our bodies can deal with germs. ... (13 replies)

... Novel flu viruses are made wherever there is a situation where large amounts of people are close to large numbers of animals. ... (13 replies)
... that is they live and replicate within the confines of body cells. Each different type of virus has a different type of body cell it likes to attack. ... (13 replies)
... Influenzavirus B has not been reported in swine. Within Influenzavirus A and Influenzavirus C, the strains endemic to swine and humans are largely distinct. ... (13 replies)
... Actually, under the right circumstances, flu viruses can live up to 2 weeks on a surface. However, they usually die within a few days at the worst, and most other viruses are less hardy. ... (13 replies)
... Hey youm know that the outbreak of swine flu could be the worst flu spread in last several decades. In such a situation it's always better to be safe than sorry. ... (13 replies)
... ey forget the population of Mexico city is over 25 million. It's the largest city in the world. And no one knows how many have already had it so they can't give a ratio of illnesses to deaths. ... (13 replies)
... respiratory viruses like flu can cross species just from farmers hanging around with animals, or nursing sick ones. ... (13 replies)
... A human fooling around with one of a different, say, a pig? ... (13 replies)
... wrong, but I guess I am getting a lil more skeptical about the claims of statins being the "Wonder Drug", that cures just about everything. ... (18 replies)
... should that terrible virus eventually mutate into a form that is readily transmissible between humans. ... (18 replies)
Swine flu help!!
Aug 20, 2009
... Of the estimated 50,000 cases of flu mortality last year, less than a thousand were caused by H1N1! This virus has a 0. ... (24 replies)
... Yikes! The opposite is more true. Most of the people that die from the flu have other very serious health problems and most of them are elderly. The number of people dying from the flu in the US is between 1,000 and 1,800. ... (16 replies)
... ll, certain people are saying boost up your immune system whether you choose to eat anti viral food or pop vitamins or eat probiotic yogourt, etc. Why is it that a large majority of people that are very sick or even die because of the swine flu have really strong immune systems with no underlying medical conditions. ... (11 replies)
Bird Flu
Jun 5, 2006
... My DH and I owned a health food store for 8 years and had been interested in natural remedies for many years before that. We still try to keep abreast of things. ... (7 replies)
... They say the way swine flu can kill you is by causing a cytostrom sp? ... (11 replies)
... I have done a ton of research on these topics throughout college. ... (16 replies)
... Swine Flu has been around for years. A healthy person does not die from it as with the regular seasonal flu. ... (8 replies)

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