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Scary new H7N9 bird flu strain leaps from China to Taiwan; human transmission already achieved?

4/24/2013 - The H7N9 bird flu strain is on the rise, having already killed 22 people in China while infecting 108. That's a kill rate of 20% -- among the highest ever witnessed in a bird flu strain. It has also spread outside of China, infecting a Taiwan national who brought the infection back to Taiwan and now...

The 8 best herbal home remedies to fight Avian flu or bird flu virus

4/15/2013 10:53:28 AM - Avian, or bird flu virus, was confined primarily to birds, mostly chickens, up to the 1990s. Until then it was not considered a health threat to humans. Early cases in humans emerged in Hong Kong in 1997. Although the original bird flu was a rare strain, individuals may still be susceptible to another...

Pushing the pandemic: FDA criminalizes secret Chinese medicine formula that blocks bird flu

4/14/2013 - A bird flu pandemic has been sparked in China, where 60 people have so far been infected and 13 have died from various new strains of bird flu (including H7N9). Across China and Taiwan, people are in a panic over the spread of bird flu, and the media there is reporting widespread concern that this may...

Timeline: World History of Viral Pandemics: 412BC to 2009

5/1/2009 - When observing the swine flu outbreak happening today, it's helpful to have some historical context. Viral pandemics are not unusual, and talking about one isn't "alarmist." Pandemics are a regular feature of life on earth, and they occur with surprising regularity throughout world history. Wherever...

Vaccines as Biological Weapons? Live Avian Flu Virus Placed in Baxter Vaccine Materials Sent to 18 Countries

3/3/2009 - There's a popular medical thriller novel in which a global pandemic is intentionally set off by an evil plot designed to reduce the human population. In the book, a nefarious drug company inserts live avian flu viruses into vaccine materials that are distributed to countries around the world to be injected...

Bird Flu Marches Through India and Indonesia

8/26/2008 - A serious outbreak of bird flu has devastated poultry stocks and prices in India and killed 100 people in Indonesia. The H5N1 strain of avian flu is highly lethal, but does not spread easily to humans. Health officials are concerned that it might mutate into a strain that is easily transmitted to...

India's Bird Flu Outbreak Results in Quarantine of Five People

8/3/2008 - Five people have been quarantined with symptoms of bird flu in India, in what could turn out to be the country's first human cases of the disease. The eastern state of West Bengal is currently undergoing its third outbreak of bird flu since 2006, and more than 100,000 birds have already died from...

21 Homeless People Die After Bird Flu Vaccine Experiment

7/21/2008 - According to an article by Matthew Day published in The Telegraph, a group of doctors recruited homeless people in Poland for a vaccine trial and paid them 1-2 (less than five dollars) to be tested with what they were told was a regular flu vaccine. What the unsuspecting, impoverished victims weren't...

Human-to-Human Transmission of Bird Flu Discovered in China

7/19/2008 - China's National Disease Authority has confirmed that a man whose 24-year-old son died of the H5N1 strain of bird flu is also infected with the disease, raising concerns about human transmission of the virus. H5N1 is a particularly virulent and lethal strain of the influenza virus that primarily...

Drug-Resistant Bird Flu Strain Killing Egyptians

7/13/2008 - Some of the 19 people who have died from the avian flu in Egypt in the last two years were killed by a strain that shows moderate drug resistance, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced. Four people died from the H5N1 strain of bird flu in Egypt during the last week of December (2007?),...

Bird Flu Virus has Mutated into Form That's Deadly to Humans

3/6/2008 - The avian flu has undergone a critical mutation making it easier for the virus to infect humans, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and published in the journal PLoS Pathogens. "We have identified a specific change that could make bird flu grow...

'Don't become complacent' warns bird flu virus expert, as H5N1 becomes even more deadly

3/12/2007 - Health officials are warning that the bird flu pandemic is far from over, contrary to the impression created by many in the media. In fact, more people died from the virus in 2006 that in the previous two years, and its fatality rate has risen from 43 to 61 percent. Jump directly to: conventional...

Bird flu outbreak strikes bird population in Britain

2/6/2007 - A particularly lethal strain of bird flu, H5N1, has been found on a large turkey farm in eastern England, according to officials from the British Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. This is the same strain that has killed at least 164 people globally since 2003 and that scientists fear...

Bird flu virus mutates into Tamiflu-resistant strain in Egypt; WHO does not expect pandemic

1/24/2007 - Egypt has announced it is on high alert after the World Health Organization found a mutated H5N1 strain of bird flu that was more resistant to the Tamiflu vaccine -- the primary treatment governments are counting on in the event of an outbreak. The mutated strain was announced by WHO last week, which...

Resurgence of human bird flu cases has some countries on alert

1/22/2007 - A seasonal resurgence of deadly avian flu in southern Asia has the World Health Organization worried it may spread again to Europe. The number of human infections from the deadly disease has increased in recent months, with outbreaks in Vietnam, Indonesia and as far as Nigeria. However, while the...

Bird flu outbreak in Vietnam province

1/16/2007 - The H5N1 bird flu virus surfaced in the Vietnamese province of Kien Giang earlier this week, after roughly 70 ducks infected with the virus died the previous weekend. The local animal health department slaughtered 1,800 ducks in the districts of Go Quao and Vinh Thuan on Saturday and Sunday, and...

North Korea says it has bird flu vaccine

12/22/2006 - North Korea claims it has developed a poultry vaccine against the deadly H5N1 type of bird flu virus. North Korean officials have also stated that they are inoculating chickens as part of stepped-up efforts to prevent the disease from spreading, following outbreaks in nearby South Korea. Ri Kyong...

Thousands of mallards found dead in Idaho; experts say bird flu unlikely, but not ruled out

12/16/2006 - An Idaho hunter called state conservation officials Friday to alert them to a few dead mallards along a creek near Burley. By Wednesday, more than 2,000 ducks littered the banks. Experts are saying it is unlikely the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu was involved. "We think the possibility of avian...

In a single year, bird flu caused $5.4 billion in economic losses to global economy

12/6/2006 - The bird flu has already caused $5.4 billion in damage to the global economy, according to new estimates that cite $2 billion in direct costs, and $3.4 billion in indirect costs. But further global efforts to fight the bird flu will required over the next two to three years according to the World...

South Korea declares first bird flu outbreak in three years

11/28/2006 - The bird flu has struck South Korea after three years of little to no activity. The H5N1 virus is a highly virulent strain that could potentially spread to and kill humans. South Korea's Agriculture Ministry said earlier this week it suspected bird flu had killed 6,000 chickens at a farm in the southwest...

Bird flu drug Tamiflu may cause "abnormal behavior," manufacturer warns

11/15/2006 - Hoffman-La Roche Inc. issued a warning Monday for its flu drug Tamiflu, stating patients using the drug must be closely monitored in case they develop psychiatric problems such as delirium and suicidal tendencies. Before the announcement, the pharmaceutical giant had been in talks with the FDA regarding...

WHO accuses China of refusing to share samples of new bird flu strain

11/2/2006 - The World Health Organization (WHO) recently accused China's Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) of refusing to share samples of a new strain of bird flu, which has hampered global efforts to track the spread of the virus. The WHO's accusation followed the publication of a scientific report that said a...

No one to care for millions of Americans if bird flu pandemic strikes

10/27/2006 - While the deadly H5N1 strain of the bird flu has not yet mutated into a form easily transmittable between humans, a Harvard School of Public Health poll conducted Thursday suggests that many Americans would be left without anyone to care for them if it did. About 24 percent of the nearly 1,700 Americans...

Alaskan village may be bird flu bridge to North America

10/23/2006 - The 800 Yup'ik Eskimos who live in Kipnuk, Alaska rarely get visitors to their village, but lately a slew of government scientists have been arriving on bush planes to study the birds of the delta, which they say may be carrying the first traces of bird flu from Asia to North America. Kipnuk is...

Analysis of Spanish flu cases in 1918-1920 suggests transfusions might help in bird flu pandemic (press release)

10/16/2006 - Transfusions with blood products taken from people who had recovered from Spanish influenza may have reduced risk for death and improved symptoms of hospitalized patients who contracted Spanish influenza complicated by pneumonia. Early treatment was superior to later treatment. Researchers studied...

Bird flu study highlights need to vaccinate flocks effectively (press release)

10/12/2006 - Incomplete vaccination of poultry flocks could make the spread of deadly strains of avian flu such as H5N1 worse, scientists at the Universities of Edinburgh and Warwick have found. The research shows that even though the available vaccines are effective on individual birds, the disease is likely to...

Bird flu cluster in Indonesia may have spread among humans

9/26/2006 - A 20-year-old Indonesian man and his 15-year-old sister have been hospitalized after their older brother died with bird flu symptoms Sunday in the West Java capital of Bandung. The surviving brother has tested positive for H5N1. Head of the bird flu ward at Bandung's Hasan Sadikin hospital, Hadi...

Bird flu pandemic remains top threat to global health, says WHO

9/22/2006 - The World Health Organization held its 57th annual Western Pacific Region meeting in Auckland, New Zealand on Friday, where the organization's Acting Regional Director for the Western Pacific, Richard Nesbit, said the H5N1 strain of bird flu is still the No. 1 threat to global public health. Also...

Winter months may reduce Bird flu damage, but risk still high, says WHO

9/18/2006 - The H5N1 strain of bird flu -- responsible for killing 144 people worldwide since 2003 -- is expected to be one of the top items discussed at the annual regional meeting of the World Health Organization in Auckland, New Zealand this week. An official for the organization said while Asia's colder months...

Indonesian bird flu death may indicate cluster of human transmission

8/17/2006 - After experts confirmed this week that 9-year-old Ai Siti Aminah was Indonesia's 45th bird flu death -- the highest number of bird flu fatalities in any country -- health authorities began investigating whether the girl was part of a cluster of human cases. Scientist say it is important to look closely...

Sweetgum tree could help lessen shortage of bird flu drug (press release)

8/17/2006 - The sweetgum tree grows widely throughout the country and is known for its mace-like green fruit, which are sometimes called "gumballs." Now, this spiny fruit may become an important source of a chemical needed to make a lifesaving drug against bird flu a drug that is currently in short supply worldwide,...

Purdue Veterinarians Discuss Bird Flu Issues for Pets (press release)

8/14/2006 - Pet owners can combat animal illness with cleanliness and educated observation, and wellness veterinarians from Purdue University recommend the same procedure in the case of bird flu. "Commercial products can kill viruses because the flu is not resistant to disinfectants," said Steve Thompson, director...

Bird flu reappears in Thailand, Laos

7/28/2006 - As Laos reported its first outbreak in chickens since 2004, neighboring Thailand --which has been lauded for its prevention efforts over the past seven bird-flu-free months -- reported its 15th H5N1-related death, Friday. The 17-year-old boy's infection may have come from his contact with infected...

Bird flu spiraling out of control in Indonesia

7/24/2006 - While Indonesia discovered its first bird flu outbreak fairly late in comparison to some other infected countries, it has endured one of the fastest spreads, with 42 human H5N1-caused fatalities reported since the first case was confirmed a year ago. Until the latest Indonesian death was confirmed...

H5N1 bird flu vaccine developed for chickens

7/20/2006 - Indian agricultural scientists have developed a revolutionary new H5N1 vaccine for poultry, according to an announcement by the country's Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar. In response to the culling of more than a million chickens across India, the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)...

Bird flu remains out of control in Indonesia

7/14/2006 - A U.S. laboratory confirmed Friday that a 3-year-old was Indonesia's 41st death from the H5N1 strain of bird flu. Indonesian Health Ministry Director General Nyoman Kandun says the country will not be able to control the disease with the current measures in place. Leading veterinarians say that Indonesia's...

New York City unveils bird flu contingency plan

7/11/2006 - New York City officials announced a bird flu pandemic plan yesterday, identifying an outline for how an outbreak could be recognized and contained, and how limited resources such as ventilators and antiviral medicine would be distributed. Mayor Michael Bloomberg noted that New York was a major gateway...

Spain confirms its first bird flu case

7/7/2006 - The Spanish agriculture ministry confirmed Friday that it has discovered Spain's first case of the H5N1 bird flu strain in a wild bird. The infected bird was sent to a laboratory on Thursday, after being found in a marsh in Salburua Lake near the Spanish city of Vitoria. Spanish authorities said there...

Bird flu killing younger victims, just like 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic

7/3/2006 - According to a new analysis of cumulative cases of H5N1 released Friday by the World Health Organization (WHO), the virus is claiming a higher number of adolescents and young adults compared to other age groups. The report, published in WHO's Weekly Epidemiological Record, investigated 203 confirmed...

Bird flu pandemic risk remains high, says WHO

7/3/2006 - A World Health Organization (WHO) report released Friday found the risk of the human-to-human form of bird flu mutating and spreading is still high after studying more than 200 cases of H5N1 infection in nine countries. WHO researchers say a rise in human infections could occur at the end of the year. "If...

Bird flu vaccine would take ten years to develop, say flu experts

6/30/2006 - -- Bird flu experts meeting in Paris at the First International Conference on Avian Influenza in Humans were told by leading virologists that it could take 10 years to develop an effective bird flu vaccine. Dr. David Fedson, a retired professor of medicine from the University of Virginia, told the...

Bird flu deaths triple in 2006 as pandemic threat remains serious

6/28/2006 - Scientists and virologists are calling for more supplies and medicines to fight the lethal H5N1 strain of bird flu, due to fatalities from the disease nearly tripling this year. In the first half of 2005, around 20 bird-flu-related fatalities were reported in Vietnam and Cambodia. Since January of...

U.S. Agriculture Department lacks realistic bird flu detection plan, says inspector general

6/21/2006 - During an audit conducted yesterday by the Agriculture Department's inspector general's office, reports emerged indicating the agency does not have an ample plan for detecting bird flu in poultry and wild birds. As it stands, the Agriculture Department relies heavily on state agriculture department...

Natural medicine may hold solution for bird flu pandemic

5/10/2006 - The real solution to the bird flu (or any flu) comes from natural sources. To survive most viral infections, all you really need are certain nutritional supplements and powerful medicinal herbs. As Dr. Russell Blaylock explains, "With nutritional supplementation, the elderly can avoid flu vaccination...

Bird flu caused by man's inhumane treatment of animals

5/9/2006 - When it comes to the bird flu virus, many people are asking, "Where did the virus come from?" The answer, as always, is unpopular with the popular press and the corporations that dominate the information you're allowed to see in this country. The bird flu virus, you see, wasn't created merely by chance,...

Vaccines are not the answer for bird flu

5/9/2006 - If a bird flu pandemic strikes the nations of the world, there is going to be a great deal of pressure put on the medical community to provide solutions, yet the conventional medical system is going to fail. It's going to implode because it will have no answers. There is no antibiotic that kills influenza....

Bird flu poll reveals U.S. economic collapse likely in the event of a human pandemic

4/27/2006 - There's a new poll about bird flu in the United States that gives us a somewhat alarming look at what might happen to the U.S. economy if the bird flu becomes infectious to humans. The Harvard School of Public Health conducted a telephone survey of 1,043 adults with a series of "what if" questions....

Interview with Jon Barron of Baseline Nutritionals on herbal healing, the bird flu and alternative health

4/24/2006 - Mike: Hello. This is Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. Ben Kage and I are joined by Jon Barron. He's the director of the Baseline of Health Foundation. He's on the medical advisory board of the Health Sciences Institute, one of my favorite publications. He's top man at jonbarron.org and the author of Lessons...

Interview with David Wolfe on raw foods, the bird flu and herbal healing

3/8/2006 - Mike: Today we're talking with David Wolfe. How are you doing today? Wolfe: I'm having the best day ever, by far. How are you doing? Mike: I'm doing pretty well, too. Now, let's talk about bird flu. What are you talking to people about in the world of food as medicine that can help defend them...

Interview with David Wolfe on raw foods, the bird flu and herbal healing

3/8/2006 - Mike: Today we're talking with David Wolfe. How are you doing today? Wolfe: I'm having the best day ever, by far. How are you doing? Mike: I'm doing pretty well, too. Now, let's talk about bird flu. What are you talking to people about in the world of food as medicine that can help defend them...

Bird flu spreading rapidly; U.S. government warns population

3/2/2006 - The news on bird flu just keeps getting worse. The virus has now reportedly jumped species and infected a cat in Germany. One infected cat by itself does not equal a pandemic, but it does demonstrate how easily this virus can jump species, potentially infecting humans in the near future. Bird flu...

Bird flu spreading rapidly; U.S. government warns population

3/2/2006 - (From BirdFluDefense.com) The news on bird flu just keeps getting worse. The virus has now reportedly jumped species and infected a cat in Germany. One infected cat by itself does not equal a pandemic, but it does demonstrate how easily this virus can jump species, potentially infecting humans in the...

Is it smart to prepare for bird flu? Heres what the experts say

2/27/2006 - Here at Truth Publishing, we've compiled a collection of the most eye-opening quotes about the bird flu virus. These are actual quotes from health authorities, government figures and infectious disease experts. "A pandemic, or worldwide outbreak of a new influenza virus, could ... overwhelm our...

Revealed: The original cause of bird flu, and realistic solutions for preventing a pandemic

2/21/2006 - The creation of infectious diseases that now threaten humans can be traced directly back to the way we treat animals... especially animals raised as food sources. The only long-term strategy we can adopt to prevent the death and suffering that accompany pandemics is to make permanent changes in the...

The world awakens to the bird flu threat

2/12/2006 - In the Fall of 2004, the World Health Organization (WHO) held a meeting of scientists, researchers, and vaccine manufacturing company representatives. In that meeting, the World Health Organization reached some startling conclusions that many people still have not fully grasped. The organization stated...

Bird flu timeline: A history of influenza from 412 BC AD 2006

2/6/2006 - 412 BC Major epidemic of a disease (which, although not called influenza, probably was influenza) recorded by Hippocrates. 1357 AD The term, influenza, from the Italian word meaning "influence," was coined. Popular belief at that time blamed the development of flu on the influence of the stars....

Introduction to How to Beat the Bird Flu -- Better safe than sorry: It pays to prepare for the unknown

2/6/2006 - Youre about to get some straight talk about bird flu preparedness. First, weve got to talk about why to prepare for the bird flu pandemic. And Im not saying that you necessarily should; its completely your choice, because this is not a sure thing this year. We dont know the timeline nobody does...

Bird flu solved! Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to deport all undocumented birds (humor)

11/15/2005 - ATTENTION ALL BIRDS Official Department of Homeland Insecurity Memo Due to a heightened state of alert concerning the bird flu virus, the Department of Homeland Insecurity has determined that birds will no longer be offered unrestricted access to United States airspace. As of January 1, 2006,...

New antiviral bird flu product hits the market, receives Health Ranger's independent recommendation

11/2/2005 - I've been writing about the coming bird flu pandemic for a year, but most people are just now waking up to this news. And they're scared. Smart folks have done the math and figured out that no government can possibly cover everyone with vaccines and antiviral drugs like Tamiflu. And the really smart...

President Bush's bird flu plan fails to teach people how to really protect themselves from a global pandemic

11/1/2005 - President Bush has finally announced to the nation that we are faced with a "...potentially devastating outbreak of infectious disease." We're talking about the bird flu, of course. And the big story on bird flu is simply this: your government cannot protect you from it. Our President said as much...

How to survive a flu pandemic by strengthening your immune system now

9/27/2005 - With news about the coming flu pandemic now grabbing headlines around the world, the World Health Organization is finally starting to share details about its plans for stopping the next outbreak. The World Health Organization, by the way, deserves tremendous credit for warning the world about the danger...

Why the bird flu virus is less deadly but more dangerous

6/21/2005 - People are rather confused over news that the bird flu virus has now mutated to a less lethal, but far more dangerous, form. It seems like a contradiction: If it's less lethal, shouldn't it be less dangerous? No. The mainstream press isn't explaining this very well, so let me cover the basics. It...

Governments aren't telling people the truth about bird flu preparation

3/31/2005 - We've heard some very interesting news recently that countries are stocking up on a bird flu vaccine. And yet the very newspapers in which we see these headlines say the vaccine is currently being beta-tested on small groups of people. I'm curious how countries are stocking up on a vaccine that hasn't...

Get healthy now to prepare your immune system for bird flu outbreak

3/14/2005 - When taking a look at the potential threat of the bird flu virus, it's difficult to get an accurate perspective. For many people in the United States, Canada or the UK, the bird flu virus is just some other strange disease in Asia that's killing pigs or birds, and the implications don't really hit home....

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