Originally Posted by Bokonon
Is this a reportable adverse reaction? Other than a heating pad, is there anything else I should do?
Yes, it's reportable. From what I've read the lump is a depot of...
Originally Posted by caned & able
that is the health department's definition; it is also a way to confuse the situation and scare people into lining up for a vaccine they do not need.
Yes, this. ...
When considering the MMR know that it is an aborted fetal cell vaccine.
Also an EPA study was just released and groups have used it to tie in the rises in autism with the MMR and chicken pox vaccines.
I know way too many people that go in for stitches from kitchen accidents and end up with a tetanus shot. Drives me crazy.
Here's another article about how vaccines saved us all. My grandmother and all her siblings were born in the...
Originally Posted by Deborah
two cancer strains, two wart strains.
They may be mentioning the warts less because some girls vaccinated ended up with major wart outbreaks.
I hadn't heard this. I will...
Here's a little bit about it. Read the whole article for more information.
Evaluate vitamin C intake. Vitamin C can break down to form oxalates. However, in...
He doesn't have his facts straight. Oxalate issues are real and are a sign that there are other problems in the body. If you have a yeast issue you might have high oxalate issues too. Yeast is a source of oxalate. If you are...