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Swine Flu

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  • Six Maryland schools set to reopen

    Six Maryland schools set to reopen
    Six Maryland schools were scheduled to reopen Wednesday morning after state health officials, relying on advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, decided the severity of the swine flu outbreak did not warrant keeping students at home....
  • Mild flu could hit harder in the fall

    Mild flu could hit harder in the fall
    The number of swine flu cases in Mexico is stabilizing. In the U.S., though more people are being diagnosed with the virus, cases have been mostly mild, claiming two lives. And health officials have backed off on closing schools where students are sick....
  • Protein Sciences Enters Deal To Run Vaccine Factory In Mexico

    Protein Sciences Enters Deal To Run Vaccine Factory In Mexico
    Protein Sciences Corp., the Meriden company that said last week that it might gear up to make tens of thousands of doses of swine flu vaccine, has struck a deal with authorities in Mexico to operate a vaccine manufacturing facility there. Company chief...
  • Sunday Town Review

    COVENTRY — Down by the Mill Brook in South Coventry, an early 19th century farmer kept a Mulberry orchard and the silkworms that feed on that tree. The property likely included a building "where women processed and unwound the cocoons to a thin...
  • Swine flu doesn't scare Vice President Joe Biden's son

    When Vice President Joe Biden said he would advise his own family not to travel during the swine-flu outbreak, the nation's tourism industry got in a huff. Well, maybe Big Tourism will find some consolation in knowing that even Biden's own son didn't...
  • Are these really flu stoppers?

    Are these really flu stoppers?
    If you're looking for extra protection against swine flu, remember that not all health products live up to their ad copy. The Healthy Skeptic investigated four products that supposedly ward off the flu. The short story: We haven't really come all that far...
  • Autism doctor: Troubling record trails doctor treating autism

    Autism doctor: Troubling record trails doctor treating autism
    Dr. Mayer Eisenstein comes across as a grandfatherly physician, a pat-on-the-knee practitioner who delivers babies at home and who's more likely to recommend chicken soup than an antibiotic. Warning families that pediatricians and pharmaceutical...
  • Baltimore has 3 cases of swine flu

    Baltimore has its first three confirmed cases of H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu, the city health department said Sunday. All of the three people infected with the virus are adults, but not elderly, according to health officials. One of the people...
  • When Egypt killed the pigs, it undermined a way of life

    When Egypt killed the pigs, it undermined a way of life
    A bent man walks with a sack of garbage draped over him like a shaggy beast, hiding all but his legs as he lopes up the hill toward women and children with quick hands and shrewd eyes for spotting things of value. The man trundles through the stink of...
  • Acapulco shootout leaves 18 dead

    As if Mexican tourism needed more bad news, a weekend shootout left 18 gunmen and soldiers dead in Acapulco, the iconic if faded beach resort that has been working on a comeback in recent years. The hours-long gunfight Saturday night took place in a...
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