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Reducing your risk of catching the flu has nothing to do with the flu shot and everything to do with personal hygiene, leading a healthy lifestyle, and boosting your body’s immune system.Read More
by Brandon Turbeville Originally published by Activist Post With the latest round of hysteria regarding the prevalence of the annual flu season and the “need” for the flu vaccine in full swing, one unaccustomed to reading the details of government statistics and the arguments for or against vaccination might justifiably be terrorized into running to […]Read More
Despite your best efforts at prevention, sometimes the flu just happens. If you work with the public or have children in school, you and your family will be exposed, and sometimes those viruses are simply tougher than your immune system. Transmission rates are increasing to a worrisome point, according to the CDC. When someone in […]Read More
by Lizzie Bennett Originally published at Underground Medic Canadian health officials have admitted they are confused over how a fit and healthy 20 year old hospital worker has died of H5N1. The Alberta woman was a care worker at the Red Deer regional Hospital. She showed signs of illness on the return flight from Beijing on […]Read More
Did you know that when a person receives the “FluMist” flu vaccine that anyone around them becomes exposed to the flu as the recipient “sheds” the viruses contained within the vaccine? With all of the propaganda about how you MUST be vaccinated in order to protect those around you, you’d think that they would warn […]Read More
This year’s flu promises to be one of the worst on record. The CDC estimates that over 200,000 flu victims will be hospitalized. The aggressive strain of H3N2v was not included in this year’s vaccine, so even if you got jabbed (and believe that the flu shot is effective) you’d still be at risk for this […]Read More