Indiana AG Warns of H1N1 Scams

The Indiana Attorney General’s Office is warning against shampoos, air filters and face masks that claim to prevent contraction of the H1N1 flu virus. Spokesperson Bryan Corbin says the FDA released a warning recently that a number of retailers are producing such products and that they are not FDA-approved and are ineffective. He says some […]

H1N1 Vaccine Still Slow to Arrive in KY

From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The number of doses of H1N1, or swine flu, vaccine allocated to Kentucky has doubled in the last week, but demand still far outstrips supply. State Epidemiologist Dr. Kraig Humbaugh says Kentucky has been allocated 342-thousand doses, and 215-thousand doses have been shipped. “Even though we’ve doubled the number […]

Seasonal Vaccine Supplies Expected At Full Strength Soon

The medical director of Louisville’s health department says the scattered shortages of seasonal flu vaccine across the region should soon be alleviated. Dr. Matt Zahn says some areas are running low or out of the seasonal vaccine because manufacturers have also been trying to get millions of doses of H1N1 vaccine distributed as quickly as […]

State of the News

There’s a possible resolution to the long lingering dispute between Louisville Firefighters and Metro government. H1N1 news is everywhere from the first death in Louisville to availability of the vaccine. Flood assistance is coming to an end. And what does a recent report show about who is raising the most money in the upcoming US Senate race?

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