achak

H1N1 pandemic morbid and lethal infections link with arsenic and selenium ?

In Uncategorized on June 29, 2009 at 6:30 pm

Good afternoon,

I have look in the last few weeks for some correlations between morbidity and mortality in infections of the H1N1 novel virus.

It turns out that I found a credible Trail and I here are some of my conclusions presented in some of my different worldwide and multilingual blogs.

This research was triggered via a request from Bangladesh.

Does arsenic set us up for H1N1?
http://www.dynamicbangladesh.com/blogs/index.php?option=com_myblog&show=Does-arsenic-set-us-up-for-H1N1-.html&Itemid=3

Arsenic in Contaminated Water Increases Susceptibility to H1N1 Influenza
http://h1n1swinefluinformations.ning.com/forum/topics/arsenic-in-contaminated-water

Concentration of Arsenic in the Groundwater of a Region in Southwest Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
http://h1n1swinefluinformations.ning.com/forum/topics/concentration-of-arsenic-in

Arsenic in Groundwater Worldwide localization is very surprising
http://h1n1evolution.blogspot.com/

Concentration of Arsenic in the Groundwater of a Region in Southwest Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
http://h1n1swinefluinformations.ning.com/forum/topics/concentration-of-arsenic-in

Host nutritional selenium status as a driving force for influenza virus mutations
http://flunewsnetwork.ning.com/profiles/blogs/host-nutritional-selenium

The importance of selenium to human health
https://snowyowl.wordpress.com/2009/06/26/the-importance-of-selenium-to-human-health/

The New Recommendations for Dietary Antioxidants Selenium
http://achak.wordpress.com/2009/06/26/the-new-recommendations-for-dietary-antioxidants/

Alternative medicinal products researches ‘Selenium’
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/6/21/745118/-Sunday-alternative-medicinal-products-researches-Selenium

There is a lot more concerning Mexico, US and yes Manitoba Canada and UK.

I do not want to overwhelm you but it is there it is coherent.

High level of arsenic in groundwater, wheter from volcanic activity or mining activities do indeed aggravate the symptoms of an H1N1 infection.

And the lack of selenium on the ground does contribute to the rise of morbidity too.

Maybe we are now heading to a new authoritative science that is Medical Geology.

Again thank you

Snowy Owl

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