Should I Get The Flu Shot?

The Flu Shot.

Everybody’s talking about it. Should I get it? Should I give it to my children?

Vaccinations have always been a controversial topic. But this specific flu shot raises even more concerns.

Have you noticed the hype? The urgency with which you are being encouraged to get “The Shot”? Even kids are being encouraged to do so. Here’s a public service announcement directed at children. Jim Henson was on board to create this fun looking ad:

A good friend of mine, Dr. Jeff Hazim, is hosting a web seminar to help you decide whether or not to get the flu shot. I always learn a great deal from him; check it out! Info is below; follow the link to register.

Should I Get the Swine Flu Shot?

Join for a Webinar on December 14

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

The relentless PR campaigns from the US government, the medical/ pharmaceutical industry, and the mainstream media, claim Swine Flu (H1N1 influenza virus) is an epidemic, and advocate vaccine shots as an almost mandatory social responsibility.But what you choose to inject into your body and the bodies of your children is a highly personal decision, and should be determined through significant education and forethought, and not because of news hype and psychological pressure.Like pretty much everything in life, there is more than one-side to the story, and (believe it or not) the general public is not being told everything we genuinely need to know.

Join Dr. Jeff Hazim and vaccination expert April Renée for a live 60+ minute online seminar as they separate health fact from media fiction.

This not-to-miss health information event will be webcast worldwide on Monday, December 14th, begining at 8pm ET (7pm CT, 6pm MT, 5pm PT).

Space is limited and pre-registration is mandatory.

At this webinar you will learn:

1. What is “flu” (influenza virus) and how do you get infected?

2. What is the history of Swine Flu (H1N1), and how is it different from “normal” winter colds and viruses?

3. Is Swine Flu a modern-day pandemic and how is the Center for Disease Control (CDC) getting its statistical data?

4. Are children, pregnant women, and the elderly especially at risk?

5. What are vaccines and how do they work in your body?

6. What’s in the Swine Flu vaccine that makes it different?

7. Are there any potential health risks to getting the Swine Flu vaccine?

Plus…straightforward answers to YOUR questions!

The seminar itself will last approximately one hour, followed by Q&A from the webinar audience.
Space is limited and pre-registration is mandatory.

Please sign up immediately to reserve your spot, and then forward this email to everyone you care about!

Title: “Should I Get the Swine Flu Shot?”

Date: Monday, December 14, 2009

Time: 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Swine Flu Cases Overestimated?

I have read many people’s testimonies stating that, in their area, their doctors have been told to assume that any flu-like sickness is in fact H1N1(known as “Swine Flu”). That H1N1 testing has been suspended due to high cost, and that with the cost being high, it would be a waste to do such testing since it’s probably H1N1 anyway.

Something’s not right about that.

Below is a clip from CBS. It’s an investigative report on the number of cases being reported.

Watch CBS News Videos Online

According to the CBS News study, when you come down with chills, fever, cough, runny nose, malaise and all those other “flu-like” symptoms, the illness is likely caused by influenza at most 17 percent of the time and as little as 3 percent! The other 83 to 97 percent of the time it’s caused by other viruses or bacteria.

(Image from CBS News)

Where is the CDC Getting Their Data?

Why Is the CDC Purposely Misinforming the Public?

More information on this here.

Doctor Won’t Give Flu Vaccine To His Kids

In the same vein of my last post-posting what I can instead of waiting till I can do more, I share this video with you. I want to do more on vaccines, more on swine flu, more, more. But, I can’t right now, and I’m okay with that (yeah, right!)

Anyway, I thought this was interesting. Look for more like these to come, too.