Top 5 Reasons Why NOT to Take the Swine Flu Vaccine

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Why you want to look at the risk/benefit ratio regarding the swine flu vaccine.,  , The H1N1 vaccine has not been tested effectively. The studies for each of the four H1N1 vaccines approved by the FDA have only looked at the effects over a matter of weeks. The long-term effects cannot be determined for months or years. The swine flu scare of 1976 resulted in more than 40,000,000 Americans getting vaccinated. The pandemic that was expected never came to fruition and more people died from the vaccine than the swine flu. With neurological disorders such as autism and Alzheimer’s on the rise, shouldn’t we be putting more time and thought into our research before vaccinating our children and our families?,  , According to the World Health Organization there have been less than 5000 deaths from the swine flu worldwide. This is hardly an epidemic when you consider 100,000 people die in U.S. hospitals alone from drug interactions of doctor-prescribed, FDA approved drugs given in appropriate doses and 750,000 Americans die annually of heart disease.,  , , Here is a list of the additives found in several FDA approved H1N1 vaccines:, •Thimerosal  – used as a preservative and is 49 percent mercury by weight. Multi-dose vials contain 25 mcg of mercury per dose which is more than 250 times the Environmental Protection Agency’s safety limit for mercury.
•Aluminum – a known neurotoxin.
•Beta-propiolactone – a disinfectant listed as a possible carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
•Monosodium glutamate – commonly known as MSG and is a known neurotoxin and excitotoxin.
•Formaldehyde – you may be familiar with it as a preservative for corpses, but it is also a known carcinogen
•Several toxic detergents such as Triton X-100,  , .Studies questioning the efficacy of the flu vaccine:, •A 2008 study found that vaccinating young children against the flu had no impact on flu-related hospitalizations or doctor visits during two recent flu seasons.
•A study published in the The Lancet August 2008 edition found that influenza vaccination was not associated with a reduced risk of pneumonia in the elderly.
•Research confirms that there has been no decrease in deaths from influenza and pneumonia in the elderly, despite the fact that vaccination coverage among the elderly has increased from 15 percent in 1980 to 65 percent now.,  , 5., Tomorrow we will discuss ways that you can prevent a bout with the flu this season and boost your immune system naturally. Check back tomorrow!

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