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Thursday, August 05, 2010

The monsoons have returned in most places and so has the H1n1 flu, in countries like India. H1n1 vaccines are available to protect yourself from its threat so parents should't delay and get their kids vaccinated and also take precautions by other methods, by washing hands thoroughly, covering ones mouth while sneezing or coughing and avoid crowded places. The moisture in the monsoon air is a good breeding ground to the virus and already many fatalities have been reported from different cities in India.

The countries first indigenous intra-nasal vaccine was launched in Mumbai this year in July. The nasal vaccine will help the person stay protected for a year or two and will cost you RS/160 for a shot. It is tested and safe with hardly any major side effects, for children, young and old. However, it could hardly be effective to people with weak immunity, pregnant women or infants as these groups are most vulnerable to the H1n1 virus. Good news is that a new anti-swine flu vaccine meant for children below 3 will hit the market in 2 or 3 months. My friends, stay safe and protect your families too :)


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