Posts Tagged ‘uncommon’

Why Is There More “Flu” This Season: An Uncommon Investigation

January 17, 2018 By Catherine J. Frompovich Even with all the admonitions to receive annual flu vaccines, which really don’t protect individuals [1] but actually destabilize human immune systems, along with daily media reports of growing numbers of supposed influenza (flu) outbreaks, I got to wondering why that was happening and what could […]

Uncommon shallow 5.3 earthquake rocks parts of southwestern Uganda

     The U.S. Geological Survey says an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.3 has hit southwestern Uganda. It said the epicenter of the earthquake early Sunday was 39 kilometers (24 miles) west of the western Ugandan town of Rubirizi. The quake, occurring at a depth of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles), was also felt in parts […]

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