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under the radar
Just because you don't hear as much about bird flu as you did three or four years ago, doesn't mean resources are not being targeted. The work continues. Avian Influenza Surveillance Continues State...
8/31/10 at 11:32 AM
Where have all the flu germs gone?
Every winter I can count on doing at least one story about the extent of seasonal influenza. This year? Nothing, nada, zilch. I can't remember the last time this happened. So what gives? It seems...
4/13/10 at 10:23 AM 2009: The health year in review 12/28/09 at 5:58 AM
H1N1: Much ado about nothing? 12/21/09 at 4:39 AM
NDSU to offer H1N1 vaccination clinics to students, faculty and staff
NDSU Student Health Service is offering H1N1 vaccinations to all students, faculty and staff starting on Tuesday, Dec. 8. We will be offering small walk-in clinics at the Wallman Wellness Center Roo...
12/7/09 at 5:10 AM NDSU being proactive regarding H1N1 5/5/09 at 5:25 AM
Did I Just Kill 17 Million People? Oopsie!
I committed mass murder by accident this morning. Someone linked me this educational game that's supposed to teach you how difficult it is to manage a pandemic flu situation. Essentially, you get to m...
10/22/09 at 3:47 AM Babysitter-Stalking Psychos and Other Objects of Interest 10/1/09 at 10:27 AM
Shoot Me Up 9/28/09 at 8:33 AM
Programming interruption - special message for pregnant women
The regular programming on this blog is being interrupted today to provide important information. Tomorrow, the normal programming will return filled with all its typical pertinence and irreverence (...
10/3/09 at 4:35 AM Practical advice for regular folks... 8/29/09 at 2:32 AM
Do 5 things... 7/22/09 at 1:23 AM
State settles in for long flu fight
State health officials are tweaking their H1N1 swine influenza guidelines as Minnesota settles in for an unpredictable flu fight that could last months. Doctors and clinicians have sent more than 400 ...
5/4/09 at 11:56 AM