Category: Food for Thought
It has been over a year now since Covid-19 came on the scene and we have tried to sort through the plethora of information that has been put forth by the press, special interest groups, and the pharmaceutical companies as well as the scientific literature in order to help you make informed choices for prevention and treatment.
What Message is Society Sending to Our Children
Despite ours and many other physicians  and parental groups requesting that students not be required to wear masks or be socially distanced due to the COVID-19 issue, many school districts have set up plans to do so. The question is what message is society sending to our children and what may be the impact now and in the future?
A Look Back at Previous Vaccine Efforts
With all of the recent talk about fast tracking a vaccine for COVID-19 we thought that we would take a look at previous efforts to produce a vaccine for pandemics to see how things turned out.
Following the Money on COVID 19 Vaccine
“So why are we racing to develop a vaccine against COVID-19, a common cold and flu virus when we can acquire immunity naturally? In order to answer this question I believe that we really only need to follow the money.”
So why are we racing to develop a vaccine against COVID-19, a common cold and flu virus when we can acquire immunity naturally? There are several things that need to be considered in answering this question.
What Have We Learned From the Covid-19 Pandemic?
The treatment response to Covid-19 worldwide has largely been based upon the allopathic medical model. This model is predicated upon the belief that the symptoms of the disease itself are problematic and need to be controlled or suppressed.
Vaccines: Are They the New Birth Control?
Previously we wrote about the increased likelihood that young women who received the Guardasil vaccine that was suppose to prevent cervical cancer, had an increased chance of developing premature ovarian failure, essentially leaving them unable to reproduce.
Vaccine Excipient Summary
In addition to weakened or killed disease antigens (viruses or bacteria), vaccines contain very small amounts of other ingredients – excipients.
NIH Uses Taxpayer Funding to Keep Vaccine Makers Profitable
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a federally funded government agency whose mission “is to seek knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce illness and disability.”
Why would anyone want to immunize their teenager against the Human Papilloma Virus when there is a real possibility of premature ovarian failure and developing cervical cancer?