Top 5 Myths about Getting Vaccinated

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It’s one of the hottest debated topics and its no wonder – when it comes to health everyone has the right to be skeptical. These misconceptions should be erased from your memory if you’re ever thinking of getting vaccinated though. in this episode of top 5 myths we’re asking questions like; do vaccines cause autism? would too many vaccines overload your child’s immune system? do vaccines infect you with the disease they want to prevent? are vaccinations redundant because infection rates are low? Do Vaccines Include Thimerosal which is toxic? and many more. So tune in and find out what’s best for your health according to experts.

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  1. When it comes to the cold, flu, and various foodborne illnesses, these are caused from the pathogens found in animal products. In fact, since I’ve stopped eating animal products over 3 and a half years ago, I haven’t been sick at all. I used to get sick once or twice a year, sometimes more. When it comes to vaccines for illnesses such as measles or polio, obviously parents should have their children vaccinated with these vaccines. But flu vaccines, for example, are completely unnecessary and dangerous. This is the problem with both people who are either pro-vaccination or anti-vaccination, because some vaccines are safe and others are not, so if you blindly follow one line of thinking, you’re putting yourself and/or others in danger. Research these vaccines diligently before coming to the important decision of whether you should receive them or force your children to receive them. Don’t just go and read a single article from some unidentified source, spend hours researching various credible sources, because this is a decision that will last a lifetime.

  2. I can’t believe these dumbass parents who would rather get their children sick from diseases that’ve been cured than have autism. But autism is genetic

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