Re: Swine flu and diabetics
<talbot@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Heard a radio report today from the CCD that diabetics are among the
hardest hit group for swine flu. A big chunck of them appearing at
hospitals for severe symptoms find themselves in the ICU as compared to
other high risk groups .
Get a regular flu shot and you'll be safe, make sure you pneumonia shot
is current too.
H1N1 is less virulent than regular flu. The government is trying to exploit
H1N1 as a crisis to deflect attention away from Health Care legislation.
Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel's favorite saying is "Never miss
an opportunity to exploit a crisis."
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