Government Poisons US soldiers with FLU Vaccanation
I have seen this story before. I have heard that combat recruits get injected with all manner of vaccines depending on where they are deployed. This is not swine flu vaccine since there is no vaccine for swine yet right? Or did I miss something? Who knows what they gave him. Cover up in this kind of situation not a big surprise to me because I have heard from some veterans how Agent Orange cases were handled during and shortly after the Vietnam War. Although eventually monies were paid out it took many years for anyone to admit a problem. Since the record was altered at a later date to say "flu shot" do you feel confident that it was really a flu shot he got?
As I have said before (sorry to be a broke record) no medical treatment is without risks (none).
Here is a post with some stats on the mortality and morbidity rates in the general population particularly focusing on vaccinating kids:
Since the mortality rate for swine flu, while very low in terms of CFR, is still unusually high for youngsters this is an important issue.
I have read that in the UK they are pushing through a vaccine with minimal testing but we shall see what really happens.
CDC still saying a vaccine is months away in the US (per this weeks press conference.)
while we are on the topic, this is one example of basic guideline on home care (hospitals may be kinda busy in the fall….) for less sick individuals who their doctors feel can be managed at home. I have read a few of these manuals, they always recommend electrolyte solutions as the mainstay (quart of water, 9 tsp sugar, 1 tsp salt or something along those lines). Some guides have different recipes for kids solution. Just a thought, not advice, but in case people was to know what they can do from home…….Certainly there are other guides.
flu.gov probably has their own (the HHS site on flu)
Sorry to go off topic here. Hate to waste a good teaching moment. Apologies.
I have read a few of these manuals, they always recommend electrolyte solutions as the mainstay (quart of water, 9 tsp sugar, 1 tsp salt or something along those lines). Some guides have different recipes for kids solution. Just a thought, not advice, but in case people was to know what they can do from home…….Certainly there are other guides.
Here’s the formula that we use in our house, for healthy "Gatorade". My husband drinks this on especially hot days, when he’s engaged in hard physical labor. It’s called "tiger pee". (I cleaned that up a bit.)
- 8 oz honey
- 8 oz apple cider vinegar
- 1-3 tsp Celtic sea salt (or any unprocessed sea salt, which is a dirty-grey color. White sea salt is purified, and does not contain trace elements
- 1 gallon filtered water
Since this is useful for any other fluid and electrolyte replacement, I’ll also post it in the Alternative Healthcare thread. I’m sure it would be fine to "dress it up" with fruit juice or other flavorings, as long as the "patient" can tolerate the fruit intake.
Thanks for reminding me of this!