Beware: Swine Flu Vaccine

Major concerns regarding the safety of the Swine Flu vaccination, scheduled for public release this October, has prompted the British Health Protection Agency to contact over 600 neurologists, alerting them to a possible increase in cases of the sometimes fatal Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) which is believed to be linked to the Swine Flue H1N1 shot.

GBS attacks the lining of the nerves, causing paralysis and inability to breathe. In 1976 the United States reported more than 500 cases of GBS which stemmed from the Swine Flu vaccine. Of those afflicted with GBS, 25 lost their lives—all because they took the Swine Flu shot. The vaccine was withdrawn just ten weeks into the program and in the U.S., the government, who assumed liability for the vaccine, paid out millions in compensation to the victims.
Red flags are already being raised worldwide in concern over this year’s batch of Swine Flu vaccinations. Health professionals are worried that the new vaccine has not been sufficiently tested and that the effects, especially on children, are unknown.

The safest way to avoid Swine Flu and other sicknesses is to wash your hands thoroughly and frequently. Most viruses are spread through hand contact, so avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes whenever possible. And don’t skimp on chiropractic visits. Regular chiropractic adjustments help raise your body’s immune defense system.

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