Monthly Archives: November 2009

  1. Does Tamiflu fights swine flu?

    Four cancer patients in a North Carolina hospital tested positive last week for a type of the flu that was resistant to Tamiflu. Five people at a British hospital also didn't respond to the drug after contracting the flu.
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  2. Swine flu vaccine safe; no big problems seen

    There's no evidence that the swine flu vaccine is causing any serious side effects, U.S. health officials said Wednesday, in their first report on the safety of the new vaccine.
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  3. Swine flu vaccine caused severe allergic reactions in Canada

    An unusual number of severe allergic reactions to swine flu vaccinations have been recorded in Canada, where a batch of the vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline has been recalled, the WHO said on Tuesday.
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  4. Fillderma Nano gives you a watch Swarovski

    Sesderma surprise us this Christmas with its latest release the Fillderma Nano. Although it seemed impossible, Sesderma Laboratory researchers has improved their anti-wrinkle firming and classic two-step Fillderma Duo introducing its active principles in nanosomes, which greatly increases its absorption.

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  5. Enjoy life forever young with Resvital

    A new natural food supplement whose effects would be comparable to those of an elixir of youth, and has been developed by Armonia Cosmetics Laboratories SA is able to concentrate in a single capsule benefits of eating 45 kilos of red grapes or the equivalent in wine bottles (one liter of wine needs kilo and a half of grapes).
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  6. When Infants Get Diarrhea

    Diarrhea in infants is common, often a quick bout caused by a virus. But in some cases among young children, diarrhea can quickly become dangerous.
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  7. Pregnancy and swine flu vaccine

    The Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics (SEGO) recommended "vaccination [against the new flu] to all pregnant women at any time during pregnancy.
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  8. Two children, without previous symptoms, died for swine flu in B

    A 13 and a boy of four died last Thursday at two hospitals in Barcelona for a serious pneumonia caused by influenza virus A. These could be the first two cases of victims without any prior conditions considered as risk factors who succumb to the action of the virus that causes mild illness in most cases.
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  9. China: 2 deaths after flu vaccinations.

    Two people in China who received swine flu vaccinations died in the past week but at least one death appears unrelated to the vaccine and the other was being investigated.
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  10. In Spain, swine flu shots by invitation only

    ALICANTE – In Spain, there will be no long lines of people seeking swine flu vaccine. Doctor's offices won't be swamped with desperate calls. And there will be no cries of injustice that the vaccine is going to wealthy corporations or healthy people who don't really need it.
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