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from National Geographic

The Smallest Parts of Our World

Viruses are tiny, smaller even than bacteria, but far more numerous than all other life-forms combined. This illustration shows a flu virus particle. PHOTOGRAPH BY OLEKSIY MAKSYMENKO, GETTY IMAGES

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from Traditional Cooking School by GNOWFGLINS

Elderberry Tincture

Elderberry Tincture | Elderberries are known for fighting the influenza virus, H1N1, helping keep the immune system functioning properly, and many other things. Elderberries are high in vitamin C, and contain a moderate amount of vitamin A, vitamin B6, and iron. They are also a mild anti-inflammatory. Making elderberry tincture is really easy. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

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from coldflu.about.com

The ABCs of Influenza

There are many types of flu - do you know the differences?: Graphic representation of an influenza virus.

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from Love Bakes Good Cakes

Southern Bacon-Fried Cabbage

You'll want to make this Southern Bacon-Fried Cabbage again and again! It's hard to believe that such simple ingredients could result in such a flavorful and delicious side dish!

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from WIRED

35 Years of the World’s Best Microscope Photography

1987: Crystals of influenza virus neuraminidase isolated from terns (14x), Brightfield with Colored Filters. / Julie Macklin and Dr. Graeme Laver, Australian National University. Courtesy of Nikon Small World.

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