Kick The Flu Out Without Taking Any Medicine And Tamiflu
By Happy Teddy
Every winter, there are many reasons to worry about the flu. This year we are doing the same thing, but to an even greater extent. Scientists and physicians have made many announcements, issued many reports, and given many speeches regarding the terrible bird flu. Everyone is concerned as since we repeatedly read and hear these reports in newspapers and magazines, and on the internet, radio and television.
Why are we scared? Living in this high technology world, what problem is there that we cannot solve? If you ask this question to a scientist at this time, the answer you will receive is that the bird flu is difficult to handle right now!
Why is so hard? Since the flu virus is so tricky and the mutation is so complicated, it is difficult to find the right bacterin. Maybe you don't know what I am talking about. Let me give you an example and you will understand immediately. Computer anti-virus program needs to updated in order to provide good protection. Programmers are able to create updated anti-virus software in a very short time because they have the knowledge to quickly find a solution. The case of flu virus case is similar, but a hundred times harder.
The flu does not matter to people if we have the right bacterin. Because we do not have the precise new bacterin ready for immediate use, scientists continue to warning people to pay close attention to the virus mutation. The fact that we have a flu shot today doesn't mean we are protected from a new flu virus from mutation tomorrow. We must understand this fact. Many people still believe "one flu shot will do it all and it is a mistake for people to lose sight of the risk of a new virus!
There are a few things we really must consider in order to have a full view of the menace of flu. How fast can flu mutation be seen: a minute, a week, or a month? Who controls the flu mutation? What is the best way to protect yourself if the current bacterin is not effective against tomorrow's new flu virus? If we really care about our resistance to flu, we must give deep thought to those questions!
Copyright 2005 Happy Teddy
About The Author
Happy Teddy, a senior student of universe. Thirty years ago, he had a chance to start studying the universe. Teddy likes to share his view with people all the time.
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