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It's not a question of if, but when. Up to 50 milion died of the Spanish flue in 1918, and with increased global travel this next pandemic could be even worse. Most global travel this next pandemic could be even worse. Most governments are preparing for the threat, but their measures are radically insufficient. The good news is that there are many self-help measures that can be taken to help prevent infection, and Beat the Flu tells you how. for instance:
Use alchoal hand sanitisers
Thaw frozen meat and poultry in the firdge not on teh kitchen worktop
Install a she dip ou your doorstep
Have a hot sauna to rid the body of viruses
Bathe in a weak bleach solution to kill germs on your skin
Use UV light, with caution, to disinfect rooms
Dishes, cutlery, towels or bedding-don't share anything with anybody.
About Author :
A A Avliciono is a 49-year-old Italian-Canadian medical researcher and science writer living in rural Dorset, England. His published Dialylitic Retroviral Treatment paper wa presented at the 1994 AIDS Confernece, Yokohama, Japan. He conducted an HIV Epidemiological Study in conjunction with the AIDS Action Group, Tampa Bay, Florida, US. He developed an ultraviolet light emitter for viral/bacterial disinfection in hospitals.
As Editor and Associate Publisher he was responsible for a total fo 25 magazines and scientific/medical journal titles, including Kyklosian, awholistic science journal, and Whale & Dolphin, a cetacean biology journal, and wrote hundreds of articles for these periodicals.
About the Author
The Coming Pandemic?
What is H5n1?
The History of H5N1
How Can This Pandemic Start?
What You Can Do to Keep Yourself
Doin't Eat H5N1
When Home Treatments is the Only Options
Home and Alternative Remedies
The Only Effective Antivirals?
The Race to Make Not Enought of the Wrong Vaccine
How the Pandemic could rip the World Apart
Surviving the Pandemic Financially
Going the Extra Mile to Stay Safe