Swine Flu | Useful Information | Physio Scene

I just came across a health and fitness site with useful information and tips. It is called Physio Scene. Below is an example of one of their articles (about the Swine Flu) and a link to the site:

“Well, it has come to my attention that the more I read news articles and watch the news on the television, it seems that the swine flu isn’t going anywhere. I figured I’d write a little educational post here regarding the symptoms, things you should be aware of, if you’re worried about catching this H1N1 virus that has been going around.

First let me explain to you guys and gals that the reason the swine flu is a little different from the normal seasonal flu is because it also has components of bird and pig influenza viruses in it.

So let’s get down to what the basic symptoms of this swine flu are, shall we?

* High fever, which can sometimes be absent, in other words hidden. Normally this fever runs around 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
* Aches in your body, generally everywhere
* Runny and/or stuffy nose
* The chills (Normally associated with high fever)
* Headaches
* Being fatigued and/or overly tired
* Excessive coughing
* Sore Throat
* Vomiting/Diarrhea

If you feel that you personally are experiencing some or most of those symptoms, than there could be a small chance that you are infected. I am NOT a doctor however, so I would definitely get yourself to one”.

By www.physioscene.com

“Whether you and I and a few others will renew the world some day remains to be seen. But within ourselves we must renew it each day.”– Herman Hesse

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