Is the H1N1 vaccine safe?

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A recent study shows that 40% of American adults do NOT trust the H1N1 vaccine.

Getting closer...almost ready for your injection?

"Getting closer...almost ready for your injection?"

What do we really know about the vaccine?

This is how it was created…

“We have injected viruses into hen’s eggs, where they will grow for two or three days before being extracted,” said Dr James Robertson, a virologist .

Then the virus will be broken open and its eight genes extracted and mixed with harmless laboratory flu strains to create a range of hybrid viruses. Researchers will then select one that possesses the right features for the vaccine: a harmless virus that stimulates immune responses when injected into humans.

When it comes down to it, the H1N1 vaccine is very similar to any other seasonal flu vaccine. It seems to be relatively safe with the typical, acceptable side effects usually felt at the site of injection.

The difference lies in the fact that H1N1 affects significantly more children — KILLING many who were otherwise healthy (allegedly, define healthy).

Personally, I’m not getting the shot, and I am NOT SICK, now — or in the future.

Revive-MY-Immunity Lifestyle :

  • 8 hours of sleep every night
  • Balanced diet: Fruits, vegetables, protein, nuts, oils, and whole grains.
  • Fermented foods for bacteria/viral immunity: Kefir, Raw Sauerkraut, Kombucha, and Yogurt.
  • Eight glasses of water per day
  • Adapt to stress, with healthy support system
  • WASH hands as I come in contact with others

It may be a risk to neglect an effective vaccine, but even if sickness did strike, a mighty immunity could bomb Swine Flu into submission very rapidly.

So do you get the vaccine, or RISK it by going business-as-usual?

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