yo do not belve the hipe!
"H1N1", aka the 2009 Swine Flu, aka S-OIV (swine-origin influenza virus), is the latest in a long series of marketing endeavors produced by the pharmaceutical industry and their partners in the corporate-owned media. Whatever year it is, they keep promising that this year's influenza is going to be the next big thing in Death. You know sort of like the 1918 "Spanish" Flu that killed something on the order of 50 million, or about 3% of the World's population at that time. In any case, I think the idea is supposed to be that you should first be afraid, and second go out and get jabbed with one of their patented vaccines, if not only for the selfish reason of saving yourself, but also to help prevent the next "pandemic". So there you go. It's good for you. It's good for humanity. It's good for the pharmaceutical industry. What's not to like? I mean besides the stories of neurological damage, miscarriages, sterility, cancer viruses, etc, plus the fact that these pharmaceutical companies have already secured legislation that prohibits you from suing them in the event that their vaccine doesn't work, and/or permanently injures you. And if you can't decide, "Should I get this year's Flu vaccine? Or both versions of it? Or the new vaccine that requires two shots? Shouldn't I?" Don't worry! The lobbyists for Big Pharma are working hard to pass legislation to make it illegal for you NOT to be subjected to their vaccines! So that'll make the decision easier. ;-) See also the video link below: Sister Teresa Forcades discusses 2009 Swine Flu, seasonal Flu, Ukraine Flu, and the nefarious activities of certain large pharmaceutical companies - video En Espanol with English subtitles http://www.vimeo.com/7298827
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is h1n1 bad? Not necesarily............until u experience death-like symptoms or servere dieing...no.
we all die sometime.
i guess so...but its not a very happy way to go.
h1n1 is swine flu with complications respiratory problems beginning of pneumonia (ect.)
H1N1 is pretty rough. I & #1 son are just getting over a bout - four days in no mood for food, temperature hitting 39.1oC, nausea, lethargy, the whole nine yards.
The H1N1/2009 strain of flu is bad for people. The usual flu is also bad for people. Try not to get any kind of flu. How bad is it? Some people don't get sick enough to notice. Most people feel sick. Some people- usually ones who don't go to their doctor when they should- get very very sick. A lot of those people die. If you aren't recovering from a disease like most people do, then see your doctor. The emergency room doesn't count. Don't wait until it's that bad. In the meantime, wash your hands. If you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth. Don't use your hand; use your sleeve. If you are young and healthy, a flu shot might help protect you and people around you who are not young and healthy. None of this is hype. This is what doctors tell people every year. The advice is still good.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_flu_pandemic#Historical_contexthttp://www.flu.gov/
It's just a new strain of the Flu. It seems to hit the old and young worse that the usual flu. It's symptoms can go from just bad to deadly overnight. Do some research on it if you want more info. I think I had it 2 months ago. It was undiagnosed but I had the right symptoms. Felt terrible for a couple of days then got better. Not to bad on me but maybe I was just lucky. I'm not going to say what I really think about h1na.