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43% of Americans Risked Their Brain Health for Flu Shots - Did You?

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  • About 43 percent of the U.S. population, or nearly 131 million people, got a flu shot in 2010, despite their limited effectiveness and lack of supporting data
  • The Cochrane Database Review—the gold standard for assessing the scientific evidence for the effectiveness of commonly used medical interventions—has concluded that flu vaccines <i>do not appear to have any measurable benefit</i> either for children, adults, or seniors
  • More pregnant women were vaccinated in 2010 than ever before, and about half of them received a flu shot. However, new research suggests flu vaccination could prompt an inflammatory response in pregnant women that could lead to adverse outcomes
  • Many vaccines also contain aluminum, a known neurotoxin that may lead to long-term brain inflammation, autoimmunity, and other neurological complications, which have not been thoroughly evaluated by the medical or scientific communities
  • No one is exempt from the potential serious complications of vaccination, one of which is Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), an autoimmune disorder that develops when a person's own immune system attacks and damages the myelin sheath of the body's nerves, causing muscle weakness and paralysis

By Dr. Mercola

About 43 percent of the U.S. population opted to get a flu shot last season, a trend that has unfortunately been steadily increasing in the last several years.

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