Should I get a flu shot?

In this weeks issue. The question is should you get a flu shot?

Here is some information I believe you should know before making that choice.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends children ages 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine. However a review of over 51 studies involving 290,000 children reported no evidence that injecting children 6-24 months of age was any more effective than a placebo. For children over 2 years old the flu vaccine was useless for two thirds of the children that received it. On the contrary, using the flumist vaccine on children with asthma had a 300% increased risk of hospitalization.
You would think that the flu vaccine would be effective in preventing the elderly from getting the flu. A review of 75 studies found that vaccinating the elderly was ineffective at preventing the complications from the flu.

Before you vaccinate for the flu, you should understand what is in the vaccine. The flu shot contains a mixture of egg proteins including bird contaminant viruses. It also contains polysorbate 80 (associated with infertility in animals), formaldehyde (a known carcinogen), Triton X 100 (detergent), sucrose (sugar), and thimerosal (50% mercury by weight). The multi-dose flu vaccines still contain mercury which is the third most toxic item know to mankind. You should not ingest or inject any mercury containing products. Looking at this cornucopia of toxic ingredients should make it clear that it is best to avoid injecting the flu vaccine in any living being.

What should you do to protect yourself? Their are many things you can do. What I recommend is to set up an appointment and together we can work on a natural solution that is neither poison nor does it have side effects like so many drugs do.

Dr. Dan Walker

A. K. Chiropractic & Massage
Erie’s Reviving Bodywork Studio
At Integrative Wellness Options
4906 Richmond St
Erie, Pa 16509
814-459-2030
814-455-1153
http://www.drdan60.com

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