President Obama has just rulled the H1N1 flu, also knows as the swine flu, a national emergency. It was doen to clear way for legal waivers for hospitals and doctors offices to better handle a surge of new patients.
For more on this, go HERE.-Dr.FB
Harry Potter's Rupert Grint had a battle with "Swine Flu" recently. He was missing from the set for a few days but is now back to filming.
His doctor said he is not contagious and could resume filming.
We are told he will also be attending the London Premiere of "Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince" on Tuesday. See a premiere like this is going to get all kinds of media attention if nothing else is happening on Tuesday. Hmmm. Well, you know that we will be reporting on it Wednesday, that's for sure.-Dr.FB
Heidi, looking Bo Derek and Seal looking like something with hair, renewed their wedding vows on Saturday.
All jokes aside, it was a white trash style wedding. OK, so maybe not jokes aside when you are having a wedding like that. The wedding was supposed to take place last week in Mexico but due to concerns of the "swine flu", they moved it to Malibu. Hey that rhymes! Swine Flu. Malibu. OK, just being silly.
Congrats to Heidi and Seal on renewing their vows. That's twice, for people counting. Almost as many number # 1's as Seal has had. OK OK, I'll stop.-Dr.FB
We heard this site was made about a week ago. I think the name is brill! Hamthrax. Hehe.
We can laugh it now can't we?-Dr.FB
After arriving in L.A.X. from their honeymoon/video shoot for Heidi in Mexico, Heidi Montag & Spencer Pratt were covering up.
Not from the photographers but for the Swine Flu. Wearing surgical masks while making their way thru the airport, they did take of the masks to kiss for the cameras a few times.
Wonder if they really could enjoy their trip with all that going on over there.-Dr.FB
So we hear about what the media thinks about the swine flu. Now we want to know what you think about it.
Is it the end of the world? National Pandemic? Something that affected the poor in Mexico but will not effect us as we have the vaccines and the medical means to prevent it?
I am very interested in your thoughts. Has the media freaked you out or what?-Dr.FB
From Mexico to now the U.S., the swine flu is here. There is even talk of travel bans. Security at LAX are now wearing surgical masks and gloves.
Americans are being urged not to panic as symptoms have been mild. They advise to wash your hands a lot and cover your coughs and sneezes. (We are supposed to do that but how many of your co-workers don't??) You should also stay home if you feel ill. In this economy, stay home? Craziness!
7 cases have been confirmed here in California and 8 in New York. So far, no swine flu deaths here in America. There has been a 103 in Mexico however. 6 have been reported by Canada. Other governments issued advisories urging citizens not to visit Mexico. China, Japan, Hong Kong and others set up quarantines for anyone possibly infected.
This is nuts and hopefully more information will be reported soon.-Dr.FB