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Originally posted by munkey66
I am by no means an expert, But Dengue and swine flu are seperated by temperature.
...Dengue is spread by a mosquito which is far more active during the summer months and as we enter our winter period the numbers of dengue sufferers are dropping and the numbers of swine flu are on the rise.
Just thought I would point that out.
Originally posted by marg6043
reply to post by munkey66
Yes you are right, Dengue can be found on tropical temperatures and has been known to spread as north as southern parts of Florida.
And yes is a mosquito and once you get the dengue you don't get it again, but now with mutations going on around you never know.
Medical experts have confirmed that the viral flu sweeping many parts of the country mainly was 90 percent dengue cases, Healthcare and Nutrition Ministry sources said.
Blood specimens sent to the Singapore State University for laboratory investigation confirmed that 19 out of 20 blood specimens are dengue related.
The Ministry has decided to send these blood specimens to the Singapore State University after considering the high death rate reported during the last five months. .....Ministry sources said the university will carry out further laboratory investigations to find out the reason for the rapid shock symptom common in dengue patients.