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  1. Ear canal thermometry relies on artificial estimations, and numerous reports, including reports by the British Government, show the limitations and dangers of the errors caused by ear thermometers. The web site is http://www.mhra.gov.uk — Medical Device Alert: MDA/2003/010.

  2. There is some interesting data suggesting that keeping your vitamin D level optimal will prevent colds, flu and in particular H1N1 (swine Flu). The Canadians are taking the data very seriously and starting studies to see if Vitamin D can prevent 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 you can go to http://www.vitaminD3world.com and click on ???In the news??? to find the articles.

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