Thursday, October 15, 2009

Flu Vaccine Advice from Men's Health


"That is, if the FDA guesses right. Each April, an agency panel meets to at world trends and forecast the three most likely strains to hit domestically the following winter. Then Private Industry makes the vaccines, which takes 6 to 7 months, says Tom Skinner, a spokesman for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. If the predictions are correct, your covered. If they're off, the vaccine may offer some protection, though you could still be susceptible. But you'd be susceptible anyway if you didn't receive a shot. So there's no real downside to receiving a flu shot. You big baby."

From an Article in Men's Health Magazine Sept. 2009

That's reassuring. That paragraph illustrates the worst logic ever. You risk allergic reaction and exposure to Thimersol (Mercury), Triton X 100, and Formaldehyde every time you take a flu vaccine. THINK! before you are peer pressured into a poisonous jab.

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