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Originally posted by skitzspiricy
reply to post by paxnatus
That sounds exactly what happened to me around Christmas 2007 and early into New Year 2008.
I was so ill i couldn't get out of bed for a week. When i started to feel a little bit better, i got ear aches and pains in my chest with difficulty breathing, was feeling dizzy and nausious. i just wanted to get back into bed and curl up. I went to the Medical Centre and was told i had inner ear infections in both ears and a chest infection (i was lucky the Docs was about 2 mins away from where i was living at that time). I left, armed with antibiotics and went back home to bed. When i would get up to go to the toilet i almost fell over i was so dizzy and weak. after a few more days in bed coupled with the antibiotics i started to feel much better, but the whole of January it felt like my head was constantly submerged under water as i could barely hear anything and had an awful cough. I lost quite a bit of weight also.
The second period is a bigger concern. The chart makes it clear that a fairly major new development in the financial crisis occurs then, some real disturbing financial news arrives then, and the whole nation gets pretty upset and scared in late March and early April, but then in later April the government gets creative and original and seems to do something impressive to deal with the crisis, and things calm down around the nation for a few more months. The threads here at GLP about the US Government taking over the Fed in March would not be entirely inconsistent with what I’m seeing in this chart, although I see the government’s reaction occurring more in April and even May than in March.
Originally posted by LostNemesis
Well, I just got an E-mail from my college... They are concerned too, I guess.
To MHCC Students
Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) officials are monitoring the new mutation of the H1N1 flu (also called “swine flu”) which is considered a significant health threat.
There had been no increase in the number of confirmed and suspected cases of swine flu today, the Ministry of Health said.
The figures remained at five confirmed cases and 14 probable cases. The number of suspected cases remained at 76.
But the ministry said 464 people were in isolation or quarantine and being treated with Tamiflu, up from 358 yesterday.
The increase came from passengers arriving in Auckland from areas of concern and reporting flu-like symptoms.
The passengers were treated with Tamiflu and put in isolation, and their close contacts had been quarantined, the ministry said.