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Q:What do I do if I think I have it?
But officials say it's still a good time to review common sense rules about handling food, including washing vegetables and fruits and making sure all meat is well cooked.
A: Stick to Mom's best advice wash your hands with plenty of hot water and soap. And don't worry about all the expensive antibacterial stuff on the market old fashioned soap will work as well, say experts.
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A: Phone work. You won't be coming in this week. Experts suggest treating it like any other flu, and that you don't need to rush to an emergency ward. In fact, if it's mild, stay home and do what you would normally do to fight the flu. If it worsens, and you're concerned you have it, as you've been on a recent trip to Mexico or have been in contact with someone who's been diagnosed with swine flu, experts suggest you phone your family doctor, to see if he can examine you away from a waiting room filled with patients.
Q: Is food from Mexico, or even pork products, safe to eat?
A: Likely as safe as anything else in your fridge, and better than the meatloaf you forgot to throw out, tucked way in the back. "The virus would only survive a few hours (outside the body)," says Dr. Bhagirath Singh, scientific director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Infection and Immunity, in London, Ont. Unless you're in Mexico, and eating something someone has touched, you're not likely to contract it that way.
Q:What's a pandemic? A: The World Health Organization has different stages leading into a 'pandemic', but what it simply means is a new virus or one not seen for a long time has emerged, and is spreading around the world.
A: If you can avoid it, it's likely the best option, say officials at the Public Health Agency of Canada. Reebok Question
The head of the American Food and Agricultural Organization stresses the point, telling journalists: "There is no evidence of a threat to the food chain; at this stage, it is a human crisis and not an animal crisis, but we have to be alerted and prepared."
Q: Pigs get the flu, and birds too. So can my pets have influenza?
A: You may not. The symptoms are similar to those of regular seasonal influenza, including lack of appetite, coughing and fever. Some also report runny noses, sore throats, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
A: If your pet is a horse or whale, perhaps so. A lot of different animals contract influenza, but in most species, it doesn't last long. But humans, pigs, birds, horses and even whales have developed their own strains of flu.
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That's harder than you can believe. The virus mutates every 40 years or so, leading to a pandemic. In 1918, the flu killed between 30 to 50 million people around the world. Scientists give it credit for being, simply, smarter and smarter as the years go by.
Q:What's my best defense against swine flu?
Sun Media's Thane Burnett leans into the microscope to separate fact from fiction on swine flu.
of people wearing masks on the front of worldwide papers, there's a lot of things which are still unclear about the developing outbreak of swine flu virus. So what exactly is Swine Flu anyway?
Q: I Reebok Black Trainers have a trip booked for Mexico. Do I still go?
A: Health officials in Canada's say there's no real need to wear masks, and that the best defenses are keeping your hands clean and even sneezing into your sleeve.
Q: I'm sick of all flu. Can't science just invent a cure, to be done with it?
A: It depends who's answering. Opposition critics, especially in Ontario, say not enough has been done to prepare for another pandemic, but most doctors say the lessons of SARS have set in place many procedures which will help with a widespread outbreak. In fact, Dr. Eilish Cleary, New Brunswick's chief medical health officer, says while virus don't respect borders, Canada offers "healthy communities, healthy individuals and healthy populations," to fight the spread.
Q:How do I know if I have swine flu?
A: It's a new strain of swine type A influenza, which mutated from pigs, and along the way, jumped species, into humans. Yes, pigs can get the flu, but death is rare in their cases. From them, it's been passed from human to human, like any normal flu. The first time the more classic swine flu was noted it doesn't normally infect humans was back in 1930.
Q: I see pictures of a lot of people wearing face masks. Should I get one as well?
They've issued a notice asking travelers to put off any non essential journeys to Mexico for now. Though this seems to fly in contradiction to statements made by the World Health Organization which figures restrictions will not stop the spread Canadian and American experts believe it just makes sense to avoid the country which is dealing with the deadliest cases.
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