SHOPS HAVE AN ANSWER TO BIRD FLU THAT NOBODY KNEW!
A TOP British chemist stumbled across a new kitchen cleanser during
his routine research, and claims that he discovered that it can be very effective
against the deadly disease.
Dr Vic Garner, BSc (Hons), PhD, is an expert chemist specialising in
biocide technology and molecular disease and dysfunction. He said:-
"This is an amazing breakthrough in the fight against bacteria
and other organisms - and it has pretty well happened by accident."
Dr Garner was researching everyday domestic products when he came
across an off-the-shelf cleanser that is very effective against many
theoretically "impossible" viruses. "Bugs Away is
already out there, and was launched to
combat MRSA bugs in the home, but my research shows that the very
clever formulation is a tremendous breakthrough in the fight against
numerous other health risks. Purely by chance, their
formulation also works very effectively against avian flu."
said Dr Garner.
Matt Stockdale, managing director of HomePride who make the cleaner
that has only
recently been launched into Tesco and
Sainsburys, said:- "This is great news. We started work on
Bugs Away long before there was any talk of the bird flu pandemic.
But after Dr Garner's additional tests, it looks like he has hit the
According to HomePride,
Bugs Away is different to other anti-bacterial cleaners as the
actives penetrate the membrane of bacteria and destroy the bug from
within, without creating an emulsion for surviving bugs to feed on.
In this way it achieves its first objective of eliminating many
bacteria, including MRSA, virtually on contact, and it has now
proved to be equally effective against many other fungi and viruses.
Bugs Away is a typically innocuous multi-surface cleaner, but its
deceptive simplicity conceals technology that can knock out even the
SARS and herpes simplex viruses, and numerous other harmful diseases
and if this new finding is proven correct, it kills bird flu.
LAUGHING BACK TO HAPPINESS!
INSPIRATIONAL speakers are helping Liverpool people be their own
best friend in a free event next week. 'The Art of Living in
Unlimited Possibility' is a seminar open to all, to give people a
helping hand on the road to happiness. Funded by the Liverpool
Culture Company, speakers will include motivational orator Ali
Atwell, Chief Executive Merseycare NHS Trust Alan Yates,
representatives from the Liverpool Comedy Trust and many more.
Liverpool City Council's Executive Member for Culture, Councillor
Warren Bradley, said:- "Everyone has daily pressures on them,
but this seminar gives people an easy to use toolkit to improve
their well-being. It's totally free, and most of all should be a lot
of fun, after all, they say that laughter is the best medicine."
For more information, visit
Creative Health News or email
to reserve your place.
Creative Health and Well-Being Manager, Julie Hanna, from the
Liverpool Culture Company, is overseeing the event. Julie said:-
"We're asking how we can make the most of our strengths and
talents, energy and imagination. Even Albert Einstein,
arguably one of the most intelligent men of our time, said that
imagination is more important than knowledge, as knowledge is
limited and imagination 'encircles the world'. We're hoping to give
our imaginations a really good workout!"
This seminar is one of a series of events run by Julie that hope to
increase health and well-being in the run-up to Liverpool's European
Capital of Culture year in 2008.