ZIKA Virus UPDATE, How Bad is It? Animation.

ZIKA Virus UPDATE, How Bad is It? Animation.

Zika virus is a member of the Flavivirus genus which also includes viruses that cause dengue fever, yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis. The name Zika came from the Zika forest of Uganda, where the virus was first isolated in 1947. The virus is mainly spread through daytime active Aedes mosquitoes, but can also be transmitted

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Why I Call IBS A Garbage Can Diagnosis

Why I Call IBS A Garbage Can Diagnosis

Eric Bakker… naturopath here. Thanks for coming back. By now you will have seen hopefully some of my videos on this channel. I’m going to talk about Irritable Bowel Syndrome and why I believe it’s a garbage can diagnosis. To me, it’s like tension headache – garbage can diagnosis. Premenstrual Syndrome – garbage can diagnosis.

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Influenza: Get the (Antigenic) Drift

Influenza: Get the (Antigenic) Drift

Have you ever wondered why you need a flu vaccination each year? Unlike other viruses that are relatively stable, influenza viruses are always changing. Influenza genes drift to create new viruses. This means that the infection-fighting antibodies that your body makes in response to the flu vaccine may only protect you for one flu season.

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