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Swine Influenza  is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza that regularly cause

outbreaks of influenza among pigs. Swine flu viruses do not normally infect humans, however, human

infections with swine flu do occur, and cases of human-to-human spread of swine flu viruses has been documented. See General Information about Swine Flu

 

Britain warned it could face more than 100,000 daily cases of swine flu and the United States called a

meeting of top officials as governments grappled on Friday with a resurgent swine flu pandemic. The

warning from British Health Secretary Andy Burnham came as the Japanese health ministry said

doctors had detected the second case worldwide of a patient resistant to the anti-viral Tamiflu, widely

used to treat the illness.

Burnham told parliament that 100,000 cases a day could occur in Britain by the end of Aug if the current

infection rate is maintained. The country already has Europe's highest number of reported cases. Health

officials say they are abandoning trying to stop the flu spreading, instead focusing on people who are

most susceptible, such as the obese or those with asthma or breathing problems. "Cases are doubling

every week, and on this trend we could see over 100,000 cases a day by the end of August, but I stress

this is only a projection," Burnham told the House of Commons on Thursday.    

 

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WHO warns swine flu 'unstoppable'

 

The UN's top health official has opened a forum in

Mexico on combating swine flu by saying that the

spread of the virus worldwide is now unstoppable.

World Health Organization head Margaret Chan added

 that the holding of the meeting in Cancun showed

confidence in Mexico, which has been hard hit. The

WHO says most H1N1 cases are mild, with many

people recovering unaided. As the summit opened, the

UK alone was projecting more than 100,000 new cases

of H1N1 a day by the end of the summer.

 

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Swine flu 'could kill millions

UN report says pandemic may result in anarchy unless western world pays for antiviral drugs and vaccine

 

New measures for hygiene taken at Silk&Soya outside Madrid as nation sees an estimated 10,000 new

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Bloomberg: Swine flu may infect half the U.S. population this year, hospitalize 1.8

 million patients and lead to as many as 90,000 deaths, more than twice the number

killed in a typical seasonal flu, White House advisers said. In a report by the President’s Council of Advisers on Science and Technology, President Barack Obama today was urged to speed vaccine production and name a senior member of the White House

staff, preferably the homeland security adviser, to take responsibility for decision-

making on the pandemic. Initial doses should be accelerated to mid-September to vaccinate as many as 40 million people, the advisory group said.    August 24, 2009

 

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IMPACTED BY ECONOMIC DOWNTURN

PONTIAC, Michigan…HAVEN of Oakland County is experiencing an increase in

crisis calls and requests for shelter as well as their other services. Is it a sign of the times?

Domestic violence victims are unfortunately facing the proverbial perfect storm. With

economic pressures building, there are signs of increase in the incidence of violence;

there are a lack of options for victims to take to escape; and non profits service

agencies are being squeezed to serve more people with less funding.

 

INCREASING INCIDENCE

At HAVEN, we are seeing more severe physical injuries and a higher level of trauma.

A 2004 National Institute of Justice study concluded that the rate of domestic violence

is impacted by the number of times the male in the relationship was unemployed. For

those individuals experiencing a violent relationship, the poor economy is having a

dramatic impact on them. “The economic stress of being laid off, fear of losing a job,

inability to find work, cost of fuel, and credit issues are all factors that are contributing

to an escalation of violence”, says HAVEN President Beth Morrison.

 

Unemployment Rate Reaches

25-Year High of 8.5%

1 in every 10 Americans

receive food stamps

 

 

The family murder-suicide marks the fifth such killing in southern California...

the ugly side of the economic downturn...

 
"What is happening in the American psyche that prevents people from defusing their own anguish and rage before they end the lives of others? Why are we killing each other?

This is not an era of good feeling in the United States. We have under our belt eight years of pernicious terrorism angst, six years of Iraq war weariness and, now, months of wondering how bad the American economy's going to get and when — or, worse, whether — it's going to come back. People are tense. There's less inclination to help out your fellow human being.

Meanwhile, anchors and analysts and witnesses and bloggers cast about in an information-age fog trying to make sense of something that is, in the worst way, nonsensical. They rush to offer solutions, but the thing they typically dodge is that we seem to be powerless to stop it all — that our community, our neighbors, may be next. That's too terrifying to contemplate, not to mention too open-ended for American news consumers reared on tidy Hollywood endings."

 

 

U.S. manufacturers, including major drug makers, have legally released at least 271 million pounds

of pharmaceuticals into waterways that often provide drinking water — contamination the federal

government has consistently overlooked, according to an Associated Press investigation.

Hundreds of active pharmaceutical ingredients are used in a variety of manufacturing, including drugmaking: For example, lithium is used to make ceramics and treat bipolar disorder; nitroglycerin

is a heart drug and also used in explosives; copper shows up in everything from pipes to

contraceptives.Federal and industry officials say they don't know the extent to which

pharmaceuticals are released by U.S. manufacturers because no one tracks them — as drugs.

But a close analysis of 20 years of federal records found that, in fact, the government

unintentionally keeps data on a few, allowing a glimpse of the pharmaceuticals coming from

factories.

 

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