Doctors: Do as I say, Not as I do

Why are family physicians telling us to “get the flu shot” when less than half of them are being immunized themselves? This statistic, reported in, raises a big red flag in regards to the validity of immunizations in general.

In 2006 it was found that 58 percent of health care workers had not received a flu shot that season. This goes against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendation that every health care professional be vaccinated against influenza.

So why are doctors pushing flu shots when many of them are refusing the injection themselves? Maybe they know something we don’t, or maybe they just want to put more money in their own pockets. Regardless the reason, the equation doesn’t add up.

In the face of a rapidly growing public outcry against all forms of vaccination, perhaps we could learn something from the 58 percent of the medical professionals who are against receiving a flu shot. Perhaps these physicians have read read the medical studies that warn of deadly chemicals found in vaccinations spreading more harm than good. Or maybe it’s the frightening parallel between the rise of autism and the induction of a new chemical mixture administered in early childhood immunizations.

These days, it’s difficult, if not impossible, to rely on the medical community to tell us the “truth.” We can no longer rely on medicine to keep us healthy; it’s time to take our health matters into our own hands. Look around, the healthiest people in the world aren’t on medication. Instead, they’ve been choosing to eat a healthy diet, they avoid junk food, they maintain the health of their spine through chiropractic adjustments, they exercise, and they have their weight under control. It’s a simple method to achieve health, and it doesn’t involve a flu shot.

[Source:, Physician, vaccinate theyself (2/1/08)]




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