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While there is no vaccine for H1N1 (swine flu) and no way to guarantee prevention against infection, one physician believes that there are simple and easy ways we all can reduce our susceptibility to infection. "Most flus enter our body through our noses, and the organ in our nose that is critical to fighting infection are the nasal cilia," observes sinus infection specialist Murray Grossan, author of Free Yourself from Sinus and Allergy Problems--Permanently.
"If you take care of your cilia, and take steps to enhance their ability to ward off infection, you can increase your immune response and reduce your susceptibility to swine flu."
With swine flu infecting …