Articles Tagged ‘Swine Flu’

Off the Reservation: Swine Flu Hoax

It seems the World Health Organization (WHO) is reluctant to answer the question posed by its eponymous acronym. Specifically, who are the special advisors to…



Suffolk Officials Warn of Swine Flu in Dogs

Cover your mouth and wash your hands. Simple enough, right? Think again. Since the swine flu emerged, people across the country have been taking precautions to protect their families against the novel H1N1 influenza virus infection. But what about the family pet?

One of man’s best friends in Westchester County became the first in the nation to catch a confirmed case of the same stain of swine flu that is infecting humans last week.



Top 10 Long Island News Stories of 2009

There have been countless news stories impacting Long Island this year, but only a few that stand out as the defining moments of 2009. We…



All NYers Now Eligible for Swine Flu Vaccine

  By Valerie Bauman, Associated Press Writer   Now that the initial shortage of swine flu vaccine has eased, all New Yorkers age 6 months…



Suffolk Announces More Free Swine Flu Vaccine Clinics

Suffolk health officials announced a series of upcoming free swine flu vaccination clinics, some of which are open to the public. Some of the clinics…



How Employers Are Dealing With Swine Flu

Some common strategies employers are using or planning to limit spread of swine flu among their workforce and keep operations going normally: — Posting information…