H1N1 Virus – Swine Flu Resources & Tips


H1N1-pandemic-logoInformation within the ever-changing world of the H1N1 epidemic pandemic needs a place for resources to turn to for assistance as well as a place to answer questions about this particular virus. The links below should help keep you informed with up to date information and news sources on the Swine Flu pandemic as well as tips on how to deal with it when you find yourself surrounded by it.

All of the listings in the next section just below are links to posts within this website.Swine Flu_Fears

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H1N1 Fears Lead to Rush on Tamiflu

Parents are scrambling to find the liquid medicine for their kids

TAMIFLUThe medicine Tamiflu can make the flu milder, go away more quickly and may cut the risk of serious, potentially life-threatening complications. But some parents are having a tough time finding the liquid version to treat their young children…..

…article continues here [LINK] —> from MSNBC/Washington Post [28 October 2009]

* Update – The LINK above is a re-posting of the original link that had already expired.

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Helpful Links:

  • AAP.orgAmerican Academy of Pediatrics

  • Flu.govA service of the US Depatment of Health and Human Services

  • FDAUS Food and Drug Administration

  • NIAIDNational Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

  • OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration

  • USDA United States Department of Agriculture

  • Medline PlusUS National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health

  • WHOWorld Health Organization

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The most current and updated information can be found at the website of the Center for Disease Control & Prevention.

Here is their link >>CDC

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