Questions about H1N1?

Then come to a Q & A with Dr. Davis Smith, Medical Director at Health Services! Dr. Smith will also discuss H1N1 in relation to Wesleyan and will discuss prevention strategies.

WHEN: Monday, October 5th at 12pm
WHERE: Usdan 110

4 thoughts on “Questions about H1N1?

  1. toby lee

    There is some interesting data suggesting that keeping your vitamin D level optimal will prevent colds, flu and in particular H1N1 (swine Flu).
    Here are links to two interesting articles:

    August 2009-Vitamin D3 deficiency and its role in influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102685428884.html
    Sept 2009-More on Vitamin D3 and influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102728693089.html

    If these links don’t work go to http://www.vitaminD3world.com and click on ‘In the news” to find these updates.
    This site also offers a free newsletter and has recently launched a new micro pill formulation of vitamin D.

  2. toby lee

    There is some interesting data suggesting that keeping your vitamin D level optimal will prevent colds, flu and in particular H1N1 (swine Flu).
    Here are links to two interesting articles:

    August 2009-Vitamin D3 deficiency and its role in influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102685428884.html
    Sept 2009-More on Vitamin D3 and influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102728693089.html

    If these links don’t work go to http://www.vitaminD3world.com and click on ‘In the news” to find these updates.
    This site also offers a free newsletter and has recently launched a new micro pill formulation of vitamin D.

  3. toby lee

    There is some interesting data suggesting that keeping your vitamin D level optimal will prevent colds, flu and in particular H1N1 (swine Flu).
    Here are links to two interesting articles:

    August 2009-Vitamin D3 deficiency and its role in influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102685428884.html
    Sept 2009-More on Vitamin D3 and influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102728693089.html

    If these links don’t work go to http://www.vitaminD3world.com and click on ‘In the news” to find these updates.
    This site also offers a free newsletter and has recently launched a new micro pill formulation of vitamin D.

  4. toby lee

    There is some interesting data suggesting that keeping your vitamin D level optimal will prevent colds, flu and in particular H1N1 (swine Flu).
    Here are links to two interesting articles:

    August 2009-Vitamin D3 deficiency and its role in influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102685428884.html
    Sept 2009-More on Vitamin D3 and influenza
    http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs026/1102452079631/archive/1102728693089.html

    If these links don’t work go to http://www.vitaminD3world.com and click on ‘In the news” to find these updates.
    This site also offers a free newsletter and has recently launched a new micro pill formulation of vitamin D.

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