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HealthWatch: Bow for Health



A press release sent by George Russell of Huntsville, Texas, may hold the key to avoiding the Coughing Pig Death. Excerpt follows:


Citizens of the world stand in fear waiting to see how far and how wide the Swine Flu H1N1 virus will spread, and whether or not it will reach pandemic levels of infection. I believe that we could vastly improve the health of our citizenry and the citizenry of the world, and save billions of dollars in costs associated with colds, flu and other illnesses if we, as Americans, would adopt the practice of bowing when greeting one another, rather than shaking hands.


Russell, 63, is a film producer, educational video producer, environmental activist, historic preservation specialist, photographer, art and antique collector, philanthropist, American patriot and ethician.

Good advice for one and all! Thank you, Mr. Russell.