With the influenza virus (H1N1) being widespread and pandemic in certain countries, people are scared to even get out of the house! Taking care of our health is of utmost importance, especially now that there are so many diseases cropping up, it’s crazy! Companies like Blue Cross North Carolina that offer health services could really help. They provide quality products and services, as well as information to improve the health and well-being of their customers. We should all learn to take care of our health. Our lives depend on it.
In 1976 a similar swine flu vaccination was used ,more people dies from the vaccination than the swine flu, it was with drawn after 10 weeks, after Gullain Barr was discovered the US government paid out millions to those affected.
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