| Sunday 02 03 14 18:04 UTC|
International Business Times UK
Brain-Damaged UK Victims of Swine Flu Vaccine to Get £60 Million Compensation
International Business Times UK
Patients who suffered brain damage as a result of taking a swine flu vaccine are to receive multi-million-pound payouts from the UK government. The government is expected to receive a bill of approximately £60 million, with each of the 60 victims ...
| Monday 03 02 14 22:18 UTC|
Ministry reports swine flu
Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
KUWAIT CITY, Feb 3, (Agencies): Anumber of positive swine flu cases were reported by a Health Ministry official here on Monday. These cases are receiving treatment “according to preventative and precautionary programmes,” Assistant Undersecretary for ...
| Tuesday 12 11 13 17:26 UTC|
The Information Daily
Experts with links to drugs industry 'hyped swine flu'
"Swine flu risk was inflated by experts with links to drugs industry," The Independent reports. The claim has been made by the authors of a study that analysed newspaper reporting of the swine flu pandemic in 2009. Researchers found that academics with ...
| Wednesday 13 03 13 13:50 UTC|
Man, 20, dies from swine flu and pneumonia after NHS Direct nurse told him to ...
| Wednesday 27 02 13 18:57 UTC|
Channel 4 News
Swine flu jab narcolepsy risk is very small
Children are not routinely vaccinated against flu, although vaccination was extended to children during the swine flu pandemic. Being vaccinated against flu is very important for over-65s and others at high risk of developing complications from the ...
| Monday 31 12 12 21:56 UTC|
Norway Faces Possible H1N1 Flu Outbreak
As more patients are tested positive for H1N1 virus infection in major Norwegian cities, doctors fear that Norway is facing a possible endemic outbreak of the disease also know as the swine flu. As many as 84 cases of swine flu have been registered so ...
| Thursday 12 07 12 18:14 UTC|
Swine flu vaccine 'link' to 'deadly' nerve condition
“H1N1 vaccine linked to potentially fatal nervous system condition,” is the frightening headline in the Daily Telegraph. The story is based on research looking at whether the H1N1 'swine flu' vaccine could increase the chances of people developing a ...
| Wednesday 21 12 11 12:59 UTC|
Newport swine flu mum celebrates baby's first year
South Wales Argus
Ellie Reid, 27, and her son, Evan James, who turns one today, are looking forward to finally having their first Christmas together after Mrs Reid contracted swine flu last December and her son was delivered by emergency Caesarean section eight weeks ...
| Friday 18 11 11 18:34 UTC|
Dundee University research supports safety of swine flu vaccine
Dundee University researchers have provided more evidence that the vaccine used during the swine flu pandemic was safe. Protesters marching to the Scottish Parliament in an anti-swine flu vaccination protest along the Royal Mile in 2009. ...
| Friday 12 08 11 20:04 UTC|
Sheriff questions inquiry into swine flu victim Bill Anderson's death
A sheriff has questioned why taxpayers' money was spent on a fatal accident inquiry into a Fife swine flu death. By Aileen Robertson The inquiry into the death of 53-year-old Kirkcaldy man Bill Anderson, who was Scotland's first otherwise healthy swine ...
| Thursday 06 01 11 18:26 UTC|
| Saturday 01 01 11 19:13 UTC|
Swine flu has spread more rapidly in Britain than in the rest of Europe, the World Health Organization has revealed, as the Government faces growing criticism over the country's preparations for an epidemic.
| Tuesday 14 12 10 19:12 UTC|
| Thursday 11 02 10 17:22 UTC|
BRITAIN'S swine flu hotline, launched seven months ago amid fears of a global pandemic of the virus, was switched off today after a steady fall in the number of cases reported. Britain closes swine flu hotline
| Thursday 26 11 09 19:03 UTC|
Deaths from the swine flu pandemic in England rose to their highest peak yet
last week, new figures have shown.