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5 Sure-Fire Ways to Beat the Flu

5 Sure-Fire Ways to Beat the Flu

With flu season rapidly approaching, recommendations for preventatives are everywhere but many are not backed up by science. Can you guess the top five? (Hint: vaccination is not one of them!)

With flu season rapidly approaching, many are looking to vaccination as a "preventive" approach. Those who abstain are often accused of being uneducated or even socially irresponsible, but nothing could be further from the truth. Vaccination cannot replace natural immunity. Vaccines derail your natural immunological processes, along with exposing you to wide-ranging adverse effects.

Avoiding Complications and Death from Influenza

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As soon as flu vaccinations start next month, some people getting them will drop dead of heart attacks or strokes, some children will have seizures and some pregnant women will miscarry. ~ New York Times 2009

Bifidobacteria Probiotics Fight Colds and Flu Infections

Bifidobacteria Probiotics Fight Colds and Flu Infections

It's back to school, and every new school year brings new cold and flu viral infections. Learn how certain bifidobacteria fight off and reduce colds and flu infections.

It's back to school, and kids are passing germs around like soccer balls being footed around school yards. As kids exchange viruses, the new or stronger viruses begin to replicate themselves within their cells – basically turning what were normal cells into clones for the virus.

Colostrum Three Times More Effective than Flu Vaccine

Colostrum Three Times More Effective than Flu Vaccine

Research shows that colostrum may be nature's safe and healthy alternative to flu vaccines. 

Curcumin Found To Outperform Pneumococcal Vaccines In Protecting Infants

Curcumin Found To Outperform Pneumococcal Vaccines In Protecting Infants

Originally published on PreventDisease.com

Daily Cup of Cocoa Helps Prevent Flu

Daily Cup of Cocoa Helps Prevent Flu

When the wintry flu season strikes do you crave a comforting cup of hot cocoa? It could be your body's innate wisdom at work. 

Nature works in mysterious ways.  Just when cold, dry weather chills us to the bone and flu season is in full bloom, we crave a comforting cup of hot cocoa.  As it turns out, that chocolate craving may be our body's innate wisdom at work. 

Employee Vaccine Mandates: Observations of a Vaccine Rights Attorney

Employee Vaccine Mandates: Observations of a Vaccine Rights Attorney

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' "Healthy People 2020" initiative states a goal of vaccinating 90% of the nation's healthcare workers with the influenza vaccine annually by 2020,[1] a goal well underway to being achieved. A separate DHHS goal aims to vaccinate 80% of all U.S. employees annually with the influenza vaccine by 2020.[2]

There's no light at the end of this tunnel. With literally hundreds of new vaccines in the works,[3] there will always be another person to get a vaccine, and another vaccine to give a person. Taxpayers, through state and federal governments, pay:

Examining RFK Jr.'s claim that the CDC “Owns over 20 vaccine patents.”

Examining RFK Jr.'s claim that the CDC “Owns over 20 vaccine patents.”

Examining RFK Jr.'s claim that the CDC “Owns over 20 vaccine patents.”

Mr. Kennedy is in very safe territory by reporting that the CDC has over 20 patents that create vast, undisclosed conflicts of interests in vaccine safety.

Healthy People 2020 and the Decade of Vaccines

Healthy People 2020 and the Decade of Vaccines

Originally published on DrTenpenny.com.

Healthy People 2020's latest recommendations are vast in scope and include government intrusion into nearly ever conceivable area of personal life and health, including a National Vaccine Plan.

Measles and Measles Vaccines: 14 Things To Consider

Measles and Measles Vaccines: 14 Things To Consider

There are facts regarding the history of measles that almost never reach the light of day. Here are 14 things you may not have been told by public health officials, your doctor, or the media.

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Research Confirms Herbal Medicines Inhibit Influenza

Research Confirms Herbal Medicines Inhibit Influenza

New research from Japan and China have confirmed that certain medicinal herbs and their constituents have the ability to directly inhibit influenza as well as stimulate the body's own immune system in order to counteract the flu virus.

The most recent finding is from China's Northwest A&F University. Here researchers determined that two medicinal herbs known for clinical success in influenza treatment, and at least fifty phytochemicals contained in them, can inhibit the growth of the flu virus.

The researchers tested two different herbs that are known in Chinese Medicine to inhibit viruses: Fructus forsythiae (also called Forsythia or Lian Qiao) and Lonicera japonica (also called Suikazura, Jinyinhua and Japanese Honeysuckle). The researchers exposed these herbs and their constituents to influenza viruses and human cells within a laboratory setting.

Should I Get the Flu Shot? CDC Data Raise Concerns

Should I Get the Flu Shot? CDC Data Raise Concerns

Originally published on EcoWatch.com.

Should I Get the Flu Shot? 

Not only are there serious questions about the efficacy of the flu vaccine, there is evidence to suggest that getting the vaccine every year may cause damage to the immune system.

The Toxic Science of Flu Vaccines

The Toxic Science of Flu Vaccines

The Toxic Science of Flu Vaccines

The flu shot does not discriminate: children, the elderly, and everyone in between can suffer detrimental effects from this dangerous vaccine.

Progressive Radio Network, October 31, 2016

Tips from a Megavitamin Mom: Getting Kids to Take Vitamins and Lots of Them

Tips from a Megavitamin Mom: Getting Kids to Take Vitamins and Lots of Them

Getting Kids to Take Vitamins and Lots of Them

Keep your children free of pharmaceuticals with a high-dose nutrient and vitamin protocol.

by Helen Saul Case

You Call Yourself a Feminist?

You Call Yourself a Feminist?

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A friend of mine sent me a note in her 6th month of pregnancy the other day, telling me that a conversation about declining the Tdap vaccine ended with her obstetrician saying, "I'm going to fight you on that one." A female doctor said this to a female patient in total disregard for her rights as a patient and as a woman, and it suddenly hit me why this vaccine fight is such a fight:

If you don't support a woman's right to make healthcare decisions for her child, don't call yourself a feminist.