Warns a biologist from the University of East Anglia.

Dr Diana Bell, of UEA’s College of Biological Sciences, says the discovery that avian flu was in charge of the death of three rare civet cats in Cuc Phuong National Recreation area in Vietnam, raises important questions about the range of wildlife species which could now end up being at risk out of this virus. Related StoriesAcetaminophen Awareness Coalition issues protection message to consumers about flu medicinesTaking steps to prevent, drive back fluSekisui Diagnostics launches brand-new OSOM Flu, iFOB and hCG exams’Vietnam and the other Asian countries chronically infected with avian flu are biodiversity hotspots rich in species, many only occuring in this region,’ says Dr Bell, whose team has been dealing with the Vietnamese government, the World Wellness Organisation and the University of Hong Kong to verify the cause of death in the endangered Owston’s palm civets.According to Chinese healing methods, there are about 360 specific points along 14 different lines, or meridians, that course throughout the body just under the skin. Gan says the Chinese believe that our essential energy, referred to as chi, flows through the entire body along these meridians even though healthiness is a continuing state where the chi is in balance, disease or unhealthiness condition arises from either an excessive amount of or inadequate chi, or a blockage in the movement of the chi.