Reality Check on Avian Flu

  1. Should we be concerned? I worry about how healthcare facilities will cope if this happens. I worry about my family.

    There are some things you just wish you would never have to deal with:

    This is how the disease presents:
    Last edit by indigo girl on Aug 19, '06
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  3. by   HARRN2b
    Indigo girl,

    Thank you for all your postings on this subjects. We, in the USA, tend to bury our heads in the sand and do not believe it could happen. That said, our television has run a pandemic flu commercial on it. It says to "be prepared and have a family plan". I was actually quite suprised to see it the other day on tv. I have told my family at the first hint of this flu, no one leaves the house. I am not a panic person, laughed at Y2K, paid no attention to SARS, but am starting to follow this. Probably because my grandma had it in 1918. Again, thanks for your posts. Scary stuff!!!!!!