Category: vaccinations

Should a Child Be Vaccinated?

Tedd Koren, DC OK, I admit it, I kicked a beehive, or perhaps a hornet’s nest. I commented in a public discussion group about childhood vaccination. A mother wrote asking for advice (“is my kid …

Vaccinations

There is a lot of controversy as to whether the vaccine do any good at all. According to the hygienic school of health (which is based on experience rather than theory), the symptoms we associate …

Zika freakout: the hoax and the covert op continue

by Jon Rappoport January 29, 2016 (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.) Thanks to reporters and researchers Jim Stone, Kathy Ford, the fullerton informer, Jim West, Martin Maloney, and Claus Jensen, who have moved this story …
The Flu

The Flu

The flu this season has been interesting. The only people that I have seen get it have gotten it within the week that they received the Flu Shot! Interesting, isn’t it? There are some interesting …

How the Flu Shot is Made

The national news media is spreading a lot of fear as they consistently focus on the dangers of contracting the H1N1 (Swine flu) virus and the seasonal influenza virus. When will vaccinations be made available …

Seasonal Flu Shot Does Not Protect Elderly

Immune system boosting chiropractic care for people age 65 and older has never been more important, especially as flu season begins to ramp up. Consider the following: The September 2, 2008 issue of the New …
Letter to School Nurse – H1N1 Vaccine

Letter to School Nurse – H1N1 Vaccine

Anne Dachel, an advsier to Hope For Autism, is an incredible writer and one of the knowlegdable people I’ve met in regards to vaccines, autism and the media. This week in her town, parents in …