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What strategy works best to avoid extra exposure to germs amidst fear of H1N1 outbreak when children return to school? NEA Health Network spokesman Jerry Newberry says teachers and students can take five simple steps while in school for maximum prevention mileage.
We get two differing viewpoints on this controversial issue - one from Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, chief of infections diseases at Children's Mercy Hospitals and Family Life's staff nutritionist, Sherri Watters.
Sherri tells you how to be proactive at guarding against the H1N1 virus.
Knowledge of what makes for purity and impurity is the final qualification issue.
Sherri Watters joins Bob Price to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the H1N1 virus, or "swine flu." There is a lot we do not know about this bug, but the one thing we do know is that it is not a food-borne disease. However, pork producers are worried that people are avoiding meat.