October 28, 2009

H1N1 ALERT: Beware of bogus claims promising magic elixirs to fight H1N1.  The FDA has issued an alert to tread with extreme caution when purchasing any products that claim to “diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure” H1N1.  Many of the items being peddled are not only ineffective, but they could be dangerous.  If you have health concerns, you should contact your health care provider.  For up to date information about H1N1 go to the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention www.cdc.gov and the Food And Drug Administration http://www.fda.gov.

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