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Experts Predict Return Of Swine Flu This Winter


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Alex JOnes reckons that the lack of take up of the Flu Vaccine last year led to RECORD lows in flu levels...

Some theorize that 'flu vaccines over-activate the immune system which can result in stuff like asthma. The body is unable to switch off the immune response and hence the body treats many common things as a threat and hence tries to fight them.

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Apparently the Spanish Flu of 1918 claimed very few victims in its first wave in early 1918, it was the second wave that was deadly.

The first wave was relatively mild - symptoms sufficient to incapacitate a person but with low mortality. It is referred to in some accounts as the Three Day Flu.

The epidemic seemed to subside over the summer months. It was not until late August when the Second wave appeared- but this time with a difference -a lethal difference.

Hopefully this will not be the case with any new wave of Swine Flu.

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Apparently the Spanish Flu of 1918 claimed very few victims in its first wave in early 1918, it was the second wave that was deadly.

Hopefully this will not be the case with any new wave of Swine Flu.

People were less well then, due to a few years in the trenches, and all that poverty! :huh:

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