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Johns Hopkins Scientist Reveals Shocking Report on Flu Vaccines

Johns Hopkins Scientist Slams Flu Vaccine

Thursday, May 16, 2013 06:34 PM

By: Sylvia Booth Hubbard

A Johns Hopkins scientist has issued a blistering report on influenza vaccines in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). 1,037 more words

Healthy Body

Such A Cliché

I’m living my days 4 hours at a time now. That’s how long I’m supposed to wait before I pop another two massive, bright orange Dayquils so I don’t completely destroy my liver.   311 more words

Life

The EBOLA panic, but blatant disregard for attempting to spread any communicable disease.

I’m not a nurse. And it’s not even that nearly all of the females on both sides of my family, are in the nursing profession, or work within the medical community. 1,446 more words

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10 Ways to Protect Yourself against this Cold and Flu Season

The first way to gain protection against the flu is getting the flu vaccine. Each year, a new flu vaccine is made which incorporates the strains of flu that experts predict will be the most prominent. 333 more words

Influenza

Ebola, Epidemiology

So far this semester of nursing school we’ve spent less than an hour talking about Ebola in America. There is legitimate concern for good guidance on PPE. 113 more words

Health

Treating and Preventing Viral Infections

Modern medicine has solutions to many things that can be treated with drugs or surgery. However, when it comes to viral infections, medicine takes a back seat to the body’s innate immunity.   946 more words

Flu

CauseScience reader question: Influenza vaccination and tired anti-vaccine talking points #science

This is the first CauseScience reply to a question from a reader (via facebook, image above)!! The reader asked what CauseScience makes of the flu vaccine, and posted a… 339 more words

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