CDC Laboratories Revealed as Not capable of Accurate Count of H1N1 Influenza Infections, Deaths Much to the annoyance of some critics, NaturalNews has been publicly questioning the ‘recognized’ statistics reporting infections and deaths from H1N1 influenza. In stories published this week, we mentioned that the CDC’s official numbers are suspiciously low – – the agency claimed only 7 deaths from H1N1 even while Mexico had officially announced 161 deaths read more . Today, NaturalNews has learned why the CDC figures are so low. As it happens that CDC labs are inadequate examining services that are utterly overwhelmed with too many influenza samples to test. Thus, the key reason why established CDC ‘verified’ H1N1 death figures are so low is simply as the CDC laboratories can’t check lots of flu samples in the first place.
E-cigarettes, hookahs, cigars and other ‘new’ tobacco products are not regulated by the meals and Drug Administration, the CDC highlights. Increases in the advertising and availability of these products – – along with a misconception they’re safer than cigarettes – – could be fueling these raises in kids. ‘This report raises a crimson flag about newer tobacco products,’ stated Frieden. ‘Cigars and hookah tobacco are smoked tobacco – – addictive and deadly.’ Overall, about 7 % of middle school students reported smoking any tobacco item along with 23 % of students, rates unchanged from 2011.