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  1. Erin
    Erin May 4, 2009 at 11:25 am | | Reply

    This outbreak of the flu could be controlled if we were smart and took the simple precautions to prevent it. There are many helpful health resources available that could help us; its mainly about good hygiene and better rest.

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  3. Lauren
    Lauren May 6, 2009 at 11:22 pm | | Reply

    I have a problem with the statement about keeping the immune system “strong.” That doesn’t quite make sense. One of the reasons that virulent/newly emerging strains of the flu can be fatal to healthy people is because of the robust response of a perfectly functioning immune system. It’s the resulting cytokine storm unleashed by the immune system, not the bug itself, that kills the person.

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