Archive for the ‘flu’ Category

Flu Shot or Vitamin D?

Posted on October 11th, 2011 in flu, research, vitamin d | 4 Comments »

Flu ShotFlu shots have been under the microscope more recently to determine whether they are effective in preventing or even reducing the occurrences of the flu. In a recent issue of HSI Alert, I noticed an interesting study and review that shed some more light on the subject. Read the rest of this entry »

Swine Flu Vaccine – Misguided or Cover Up?

Posted on November 3rd, 2009 in flu, h1n1, Swine Flu, vaccinations, vaccines | 1 Comment »

In one of the most comprehensive articles on the swine flu and the swine flu vaccine I've read to date, it's apparent that what the government is telling us clearly doesn't add up.

There are more questions now that ever before and reports of dangerous side effects and even death are now being learned from countries overseas that have already received and distributed the H1N1 vaccine.
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10 Reasons NOT To Get The Flu Vaccine

Posted on October 6th, 2009 in flu, vaccinations, vaccines | 2 Comments »

"Over the past ten years I have been studying the effects of immune stimulation on the developing child’s brain, and I have written and had published eight papers for peer-reviewed journals on this subject. Based on these studies, I have significant reservations concerning the proposal to vaccinate pregnant women and small children with the H1N1 swine influenza vaccine, as well as seasonal flu vaccines."

Dr Blaylock @

It's more important than ever, especially this year, to protect your children and loved ones from the flu vaccine (both regular and H1N1) more than the flu itself. Here are ten reasons why:
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Should You Get A Flu Shot This Season?

Posted on October 21st, 2008 in flu, vaccinations, vaccines, video, vitamin d | 2 Comments »

With the 'flu' season upon us, we're being told to get a flu shot, now available in almost any store, church or even airport you visit during the season.

But should you get it?

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