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Canada Virtually Eliminates Flu Deaths While U.S. Has Thousands

July 3, 2010
Dr. Mercola

During the last four years, Canada has had only 16 flu-associated deaths in children, while the United States has had 553. If you break that down into children with no underlying medical conditions, Canada averages only 1 flu-associated death in children per year, while the U.S. averages 35.

When you compare this on a per capita basis, U.S. children are more than three times as likely to die from the flu as Canadian children — despite both countries having similar flu rates.

What does Canada know that the United States doesn’t?

The story continues …..

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