Something I wrote on aluminum adjuvants and autism. (Swipe left and read!) ⚙️ Connecting the dots is frustrating. To be clear, the CDC has NOT studied whether or not aluminum adjuvants are linked to autism. They haven’t studied the DTaP or Tdap vaccines with regard to autism. They haven’t studied the human aborted fetal DNA fragments in vaccines with regard to autism. 🧬The only studies that have been done regarding vaccines and autism, are on the ingredient thimerosal (breaks down into ethylmercury in the body) and the MMR vaccine. And many of these studies used to defend the statement that “vaccines don’t cause autism” were actually co-authored by a wanted criminal who stole millions from the CDC and fled to Denmark...! 💸😳 (And you KNOW they’re NEVER going to extradite him because of what he knows.) ❌ Of course, the most well-known CDC study on the MMR & Autism was thoroughly fraudulent... Watch the documentary #vaxxed. If you are interested in aluminum and autism research, follow @professorchris / Christopher Exley, PhD - Expert in aluminum toxicology. Thankful for his work. I have referenced some of it in this post.
If you’re printing a Vaccine Guide binder, single-sided, make sure to get at *least* three, 3” binders. It’s about 8.5” just in paper. ———————————————————————————
And actually, you should probably get four, because I add more articles each month. (( Follow @ Vaccine Guide on Facebook for updates. )) ——————————————————————————— Print your own: Https://vaccine.guide/download
Browse the research: Https://vaccine.guide
Links are in my profile.
Amazing news: Vaccines save lives. They’re a remarkable public health tool. And the vast majority of people in the United States are vaccinated. But a small but growing minority in certain communities are choosing not to vaccinate, thanks in part to the rise of vaccine hesitancy—people who aren’t fully anti-vaccine, but who are skeptical or afraid of vaccinations for a range of reasons. When too many people choose not to vaccinate, it means that dangerous diseases, like measles and whooping cough, can make a comeback—which we’re seeing with the recent measles outbreaks this year. The United States had more reported measles cases in 2019 than any year since 1992, according to the Centers for Disease Control. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To help promote the wonderful, life-saving benefits of vaccination, today we’re launching our #VaccinesSaveLives project. The project includes personal stories, reported features on your most commonly asked questions, and beautiful, medically accurate visuals to help combat misinformation. We partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics (@HealthyChildrenAAP) to create these medically accurate vaccine photos. Repost these visuals to help spread the word about how beneficial vaccines can be, both for your own health and the health of those in your community. Tap the link in bio to see our full editorial project.
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I'm Not Playin' with Y'all😷!
Yes, this is about your health. Flu season is rolling around the corner and soooo many people are against getting vaccinated. Why🤔🤷🏾♂️? -
❌Myth #1- The Flu shot cause the flu🤧.... -
✅Fact: The Flu shot has an inactivated virus that CAN'T transmit infection. It takes about a week or 2 for the vaccine to protect you. You were just that lucky person that was going to get sick regardless of the vaccine. -
❌Myth#2- You can't spread the Flu if you don't feel sick.
- ✅Fact: 20%-30% of people carrying the flu virus do not have symptoms.
- ❌Myth#3- That Flu shot y'all get every year does not work🙅🏾♂️.
- ✅Fact: The vaccine prevents Millions of illnesses and flu related doctor visits. Recent studies have shown that the vaccine reduces the chances of getting the flu by 40%-60%😮.
- ❌Myth#4- I never get the flu so I do need the damn thang!
- ✅Fact: You being lucky in the past does not mean you will this year. Millions of people who have never been in a car accident still wear a seat belt and have car insurance 😏. -
💥💥Between Oct 2018 - May 2019, about 42.9 million ppl have had the flu, 647k people have been hospitalized, And more than 61.2k people have died😱. Close to 80k died the previous year.
- **How to Prevent Yourself From Getting the Flu:*** -
1. Avoid contact with people who have the flu.
2. Keep them hands clean!! (Carry hand sanitizer with you, fist bump people if you have to🤣, and don't sneeze in your hands).
3. Get Vaccinated!! -
You are not only protecting yourself from the flu but the vulnerable population too. They are:
•Children younger than 5
- •Adult 65+ (That could be Grandma, Grandpa, Mom, Dad, your Uncle's and Aunt's)
- •Pregnant women -
•People with a weakened immune system (people living with HIV, cancer)
•People living with Heart Disease and Asthma
PLEASE!! If you made it this far, for the sake of your community, yourself and everyone around you, the burden of the flu can be reduced if you get Vaccinated💉. Go see your NP or primary care provider!
- - Comment and let me know that you are about THAT LIFE or NOT!!-
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I think we were all nervous about recording this @rivetingbroads episode.
It was definitely our most controversial topic yet so thank you @thepocketdietitian for coming on and educating @mollymerluzzi and myself! You are a brave advocate and an inspiration to many 💪
#advocacyishard #speakupanyway #womenwillsavetheworld
World Rabies Day is September 28! 🌎🐾 In an effort to prevent this deadly disease we will be offering a Rabies Vaccination promotion next week! 💉
For the week of 9/23 - 9/28 we will be lowering the price of our rabies vaccination to $12!! The regular price is: $22.15 - so this is a GREAT deal for making sure your furry family member is protected from this terrible disease 😺🐶❤️ If you have any questions give us a call at: 956-542-7705 #BrownsvilleVet