New strain of Norovirus, stomach virus, sweeps country

Atlanta`s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is tracking a new strain of stomach virus sweeping the country, causing lots of misery. Dr. Cherie Drenzek, Georgia`s chief epidemiologist, comments about this virus: Most of the outbreaks, so far in Georgia have been in settings such as nursing homes and assisted living centers, day cares and in elementary schools. The new strains of Norovirus appeared every two to three years. The last time we saw this particular change in strain was in 2006 and 2007.
The new strain was first reported in Australia. Now, the CDC calculates that about half of the 266 norovirus outbreaks in the last four months are from the new strain.

This illness is not very serious for an average person, but the symptoms are not pleasant:, 24 hours of vomiting, diarrhea and feeling miserable. The illness and fever typically start suddenly, and last from one to three days. Most people are fine without treatment, but if they can`t keep fluids down for more than twelve hours, they may need an IV.

The virus spreads not only from person to person, but by touching surfaces contaminated by a sick person. That`s why it can be so contagious. Outbreaks are common on cruise ships, and in nursing homes and schools. Washing your hands with soap and water, and wiping down surfaces with diluted bleach is the best prevention.

If you are unfortunately caught this virus the Essential Oils to the rescue:

- Melaleuca 2-3 drops and DigestZen 2-3drops in a vegetable capsule 3-4 times daily.
- Use On guard topically 3 times daily and before going to public places.

Contact our office if you need more information or help.

Reminder: Seminar "Introduction to Method of Bio-Informational correction" will take place on 2/09/2013; tomorrow will be seminar "Nutrition for Info-therapists", which starts on 12 PM. Skype connection will be provided.