Bird Flu Articles
This article explains how the bird flu vaccines is made. It also explains why the bird flu virus is taking a long time to develop. With the current development of a vaccine for the H5N1 strain of the Bird Flu Virus still 2 to 3 years away. We don't have much of a choice but to really be very cautious that the H5N1 strain does not mutate with a human flu virus.
Expert Author: James Zeller
The Bird Flu has a defined area of infection and has found a host that has kept it alive for millenniums. Pigs are in the mutation chain as the virus transitions to people. The next bird flu step could be an overnite pandemic or a wimpering gasp of disappearance.
Expert Author: Libby Sustachek
The Avian flu is a virus carried by birds and spread through their feces and other secretions. Those most at risk are people who come into contact with infected birds. Of the people who have been infected, many are from families that keep chickens around the home.
This article describes recent events in Turkey about the bird flu virus. Are we now staring the danger right in the eye without the medications yet? The bird flu virus has been scaring the wits out of health officials for the past couple of years. The first H5N1 strain developed way back during 1997 at Hong Kong. The first development wasn't given much of a concern.
Expert Author: Aislinn OConnor
Avian, or bird, flu threatens to develop into a global pandemic that will sweep the world - according to some experts. Others claim that there's comparatively little risk, and that an epidemic, if it does happen, will probably not occur before next winter at the earliest, and may not be as widespread or as severe as was first thought. If, like many others, you're confused and anxious about bird flu, here are some basic facts you need to know.
This article discusses the difference between the bird flu respirator and bird flu mask. It also descrtibes how the equipment should be worn properly to make it be effective. There are two kinds of bird flu wear protection that a person who will come into contact with infected poultry or just poultry or an infected person. The person should consider wearing either a bird flu respirator or a bird flu mask.
This article discusses the symptoms of bird flu virus. How it can kill both birds and humans. The bird flu virus is supposed to be really affecting the birds only. However, because of the nature of flu viruses that can be able to mutate and transfer from one species to the other. The bird flu virus that has been killing birds has now been affecting humans as well.
Expert Author: Tom Smith
You may have been hearing a lot in the news lately about a bird flu pandemic. You have probably been thinking "what does that have to do with me?' There is always something to worry about right? Natural disasters, terrorism and now a flu pandemic?
Expert Author: John Piper
An introduction to the threat to mankind coming from virurses and, in particular, the brid flu virus. Man's greatest enemy cannot be seen, it cannot be heard, and it is so small that billions, yes billions, will fit onto the head of a pin. As you read this, the enemy is massing for an attack. Many billions, many trillions of these beings are busy trying to find the key so that they can infect you.
This article documents the spread of the flu from the time it was discovered on 1997 and up to December 2005. See how fst it has progressed from one country to another and how many deaths it has caused so far.
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