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Large-scale swine producers in Mexico deny that their industry is the source of the deadly new influenza strain, saying the animals are all healthy, and that it is scientifically "not possible" for hogs to infect people with the illness. But lawmakers in the eastern state of Veracruz are now charging that large-scale hog and poultry operations are "breeding grounds" of infection that are making people sick and fueling the pandemic...

 

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The Koreans solved Bird Flu for everybody by feeding kimchi to their fowl.

1. Buy a can or two of Kraut.
2. Buy a clothes pen.
3. Pinch nose with clothes pen.
4. Open kraut and eat some.
5. Duct tape remaining portion in can shut.

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