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  1. Flu shot gets panicky new push on Spanish flu anniversary

    New plan to PANIC you into a flu shot!

    They’re starting with the flu nonsense early this year, and they have a terrifying new hook.

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of the deadly 1918 Spanish flu that killed 50 million people around the world.

    And next month marks the anniversary of the so-called SPIKE, when 100,000 Americans were supposedly killed by flu in a single month.

    The mainstream is planning to play that up to get you to take the vaccine and save yourself.

    But don’t roll up your sleeve just yet!

    The so-called “spike” may not have been caused by the flu after all. In fact, many of the U.S. deaths may not have been caused by flu.

    They may have been caused by the TREATMENT!

    Aspirin – the “wonder drug” – was relatively new at the time, and the surgeon general himself urged sick patients to load up on it.

    Even that bastion of mainstream medicine, the Journal of the American Medical Association, advised 1,000 mg of aspirin every three hours for flu, according to The New York Times.

    That’s 25 of today’s standard pills per day, DOUBLE the safe limit.

    A 2009 study looking at the data in light of those aspirin recommendations finds that “a significant proportion of the deaths” during the Spanish flu, especially during that October spike, could have been caused by the aspirin -- NOT the virus.

    This doesn’t mean the flu isn’t dangerous. OF COURSE it is. And it doesn’t mean that we can’t face another deadly pandemic outbreak.

    That’s possible too, unfortunately.

    What it DOES mean is that the mainstream’s efforts to stop flu have at times made things worse. And while medicine has advanced plenty over the past century, the bad advice still creeps out there… starting with the flu shot.

    It’s supposed to STOP the next big pandemic, right?

    Well, maybe there’s still some aspirin-type advice floating around out there, because a Canadian study of the most recent pandemic – the swine flu outbreak of 2009 – found one surprising reason that it was so deadly.

    The folks who got their normal seasonal flu shot that year were up to 2.4 times more likely to need treatment for swine flu.

    Instead of relying on a vaccine that COULD make the next pandemic worse, arm your immune system with something that WON’T kill you: n'acetylcysteine, a.k.a. NAC.

    Take 600 mg twice a day on an empty stomach during flu season for prevention.

    I’m exposed to sick patients every winter – even here in San Diego – and I rarely get ill thanks to this proven immune-charging regimen.

    If you do get sick, boost your NAC dose to between 2,000 and 3,000 mg a day to cut the duration and severity -- or visit a holistic medical doctor for intravenous vitamin C.

  2. Flu shot can’t cut risk of complications

    Another flu shot myth... BUSTED!

    They're getting pretty desperate now!

    Mainstream medical agencies will say and do just about anything to keep selling flu shots, but it's not working.

    Millions of Americans are rejecting the jab... and this year's vaccine is looking like no exception.

    So, now, mainstream hacks are making the ludicrous claim that the shot won't just protect you from the flu. They want you to believe it's some kind of miracle serum that'll slash your risk of other serious health problems, too!

    They're out with a new study that claims even if you DO get the flu and end up in the hospital with the infection, being vaccinated will protect you from other flu-related problems.

    First, they claim vaccinated patients who are hospitalized with flu are less likely to develop agonizing kidney damage.

    And second, they say, those same folks are less likely to end up needing a breathing tube.

    But don't rush out for a flu shot yet, because there's a much more likely explanation for this: The folks who were vaccinated were almost certainly already healthier in the first place!

    That's who usually gets the shot, but mainstream docs don't want to talk about that.

    That would mess up their whole theory!

    Besides, this isn't about spreading the truth. It's about marketing a vaccine no one wants -- and they've used exactly this kind of nonsensical tactic before.

    Other "studies" have claimed flu shots cut the risk of death from ALL causes by as much as 90 percent.

    There's not a chance in the world that ANYTHING can cut the risk of death from all causes by 90 percent, much less a flu shot.

    Heck, the vaccine doesn't even cut the risk of death from flu by 90 percent!

    You want to see the only number in the new study that REALLY counts? Of the 72 patients admitted to the hospital with flu, more than three-quarters had been vaccinated.

    That, right there, is proof this shot isn't living up to the marketing hype -- because if the vaccine really worked, there's no way all of those folks should've ended up in the hospital.

    If you want real protection from the flu and all the other nasty illnesses floating around this time of year, use natural products that boost your immune system.

    Start with N-acetylcysteine (NAC), a natural immune-booster you can find in stores and online that can cut the risk of flu even when you've been directly exposed to the virus.

    Take 600 mg per day during flu season to prevent the illness. If you happen to get sick anyway, boost your intake to between 2,000 and 3,000 mg per day while you are ill for a quicker and easier recovery.

  3. Flu shot won’t protect older patients

    REVEALED: Flu shot doesn't work in seniors All my local retailers already have the Halloween decorations out, but the scariest displays in the store have nothing to do with ghosts and goblins. At least we all know THOSE aren't real. The TRUE chills come where you least expect them -- and, in this case, they're in the signs pushing flu...
  4. Flu shot rejected by most Americans

    The flu shot is getting its annual push from the CDC, but despite that government backing, Americans have rejected the vaccine like never before. Here’s why.
  5. The tricky way that flu virus can sneak past the flu shot

    The flu virus can make you sick even if you’ve been vaccinated, and new research shows why: strains not in the shot travel alongside the ones that are.
  6. Flu shot can give you more severe flu like the swine flu

    New research confirms that getting a flu shot can increase your risk of flu -- especially more dangerous strains of the virus.
  7. Flu shots versus 'magic'

    Do you believe in magic? Raise your hands if you believe in the power of a strong immune system and good hygiene--because apparently, that's what passes for magic these days. A new survey finds that 43 percent of Americans don't plan to get a flu shot this year... with a third of all mothers saying they don't plan to get...

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