Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Swine Flu In Ireland

Oh dear. Not good news.


Blogger Bruce Hall said...

Seasonal influenza usually occurs toward the end of winter/beginning of spring when immune systems are at their weakest. This is due to a vitamin D deficiency. Nearly all people living in the temperate regions have some level of deficiency which correlates to a number of other illnesses such as MS.

Most people need 5,000 units of vitamin D per day, but often receive 1/10th of that.

We tend to rely on cures rather than prevention. Unfortunately, the cure for swine flu is suffering it out.

29 April, 2009 16:03  
Blogger Martin said...

Welcome, old friend!

30 April, 2009 05:06  

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