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A developing resource on best links and ideas on H1N1 Influenza A previously labeled Swine Flu recommends
A thought provoking article by Dr. Joseph Mercola
Critical Alert: The Swine Flu Pandemic – Fact or Fiction?
A valuable perspective
Time  Mexico's Mystery: Why Is Swine Flu Deadlier There? 

Keeping Up-to-date on H1N1 Influenza A
                     Latest News Tracking and Comments
Flu Up to date Discussion Forum by Medecins Sans Frontieres
          When enter, click on Latest Posts
The above is a combination of a number of different threads among them being:
The Melissa Hein Forum for Psychological Research and Development
H1N1 Influenza Outbreak Forum (tracking by different countries)
U.S.A. Tracking
Informations et avis sur la manifestation de grippe porcine
Mexico Tracking

Medical News Roundup of latest H1N1 Influenza A news once-a-day

H1N1 Influenza A: Top 20 Questions and Answers
Very good FAQ by Medical News Today

World Health Organization
Influenza including Avian influenza, Global influenza surveillance,  Recommendations for
influenza vaccines, Swine influenza, Pandemic preparedness, Global Agenda, Meeting and
training activities, Information resources

General Info With Updates
Guidance for Clinicians & Public Health Professionals
CDC Interim Guidance For Infection Control In Health Care Setting from Flu

Instituto Nacional de la Salud Pública
Instituto Nacional de la Salud Pública
Influenza: signos y síntomas pdf  from Flu

World Map Tracking
Google continual updating of reported cases  (interactive map to pinpoint areas and links to sources info)
Upon entering page, be sure to bring the map zoom down to view entire world
and then zoom in. Can be updated by anyone. Please indicate source of data.
Tracking the progress of H1N1 swine flu  On Flu Tracker.  Up-to-date mapping, latest news,
Blogs and Forums with ongoing sources of information

Effect Measure Forum
See Obsidian Wings Blog for a list of other good blogs on the topic

Guide - Preparation and Response

Pandemic Influenza  Preparation and Response: A Citizen's Guide
Written in 2007 but much of the work in general may be relevant to current situation

Description of H1N1 Influenza A and Access To References
H1N1 Influenza A from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Possible agents which may reduce the effects of H1N1.
Cannabis Science Inc has indicated that the form of cannabis which they have
produced for distribution under medical supervision, has anti-inflammatory
qualities which make it a prime candidate for relieving some of the more severe
symptoms of the Flu thereby reducing it's effects.
"Our lozenges appear to down-regulate the body's excessive inflammatory response
to the influenza virus, which could reduce the deadly consequences of an infection
into something that is more like a common cold."
Dr. Robert J. Melamede, Director and Chief Science Officer of Cannabis Science,  
a researcher and past Chairman of the Biology Department at the University of
Colorado Springs (UCCS).
Cannabis Science Inc. Reports on Prospective Life Saving Treatments for H1N1 Swine
Flu and H5N1 Bird Flu in View of the Current Global Threat

Background - Wikipedia discussion of cannabinoids which are produced in the plant, and by
the body in humans and other animals.

Advice written by an Australian Biologist on Possible Natural Remedies
Possible Natural Remedies for Swine Flu at The Health Gazette
Outlines some of the recommendations of Stephen Jones an Australian Biologist in a book
entitled Bird Flu Survival Guide researched and written in preparation for an H5N1 bird flu
epidemic but of possible interest for current H1N1.  The book Bird Flu Survival Guide can
be purchased and downloaded 

Possible concomitant factors in morbidity from influenza
Cigarette smoking as a risk factor for epidemic (H1N1) influenza in young men
Report of a study accomplished before the identification of the present Flu.
An Israel study of young men in a military unit concluded that smoking is a major
contributing factor in incapacitation during epidemic influenza.

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