Is it no biggie b/c c'mon, people get the regular flu every year and its not really so much different... it isn't any more serious.
Or, It is a big deal... we aren't familiar with treatment for it like the normal flu, so the vaccine is very important.
i've heard a record number of kids have died from h1n1 compared to the regular flu.
Answer by Autumn22 at 11:56 PM on Oct. 24, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 12:16 AM on Oct. 25, 2009
Answer by newlifewith3 at 9:01 AM on Oct. 25, 2009
Out of curiosity I've been checking around. In my area, they are only giving H1N1 to high risk people. Many health care workers can't even get it. The average family won't have any chance of getting it for quite a while.
It's a good possiblity most people in my area will be exposed before they ever have the chance of getting vaccinated. My son's friend currently has it; it's in the school system. Yet no vaccines are available.
I'm not going to worry about it because I can't change anything with worry. We will be cautious and hope for the best, because that is the only option.
Answer by mancosmomma at 5:48 PM on Oct. 25, 2009
Answer by aeneva at 5:56 PM on Oct. 25, 2009
Answer by puddleybug at 1:46 AM on Oct. 26, 2009
Of 326 healthy children three to five years old, 104 were randomly assigned to receive placebo, 110 received _Lactobacillus acidophilus NCFM_ and 112 received a combination of _L acidophilus NCFM_ and _Bifidobacterium animalis subsp lactis Bi-07_. The children were treated twice daily for 6 months...
Read the rest of the article here: http://cme.medscape.com/viewarticle/707328
Answer by rkoloms at 8:55 AM on Oct. 26, 2009
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