Aquarian wrote: Vitamin D is far superior to vaccinations.
Aquarian wrote:If scientists discovered something that worked better than vaccines at preventing influenza, you'd think they would jump all over it, right?
Aquarian wrote:After all, isn't the point to protect children and adults from influenza?
After all, before One can claim Deity or God exists, One must first prove their is God.
Nesaie, do you really think I'm going to spend all day looking up the numbers on the vaccines for polio, diptheria, meningococcal, rubeola, whooping cough, rabies, rotavirus and every other fatal or potentially fatal disease out there that has been lessened to the point of almost non-existence just because you've taunted me?
As for the H1N1 vaccine... your point is? I remember watching the news quite a lot during the whole swine flu scare, and doctors were being interviewed every friggin day saying they had no idea how effective the vaccine was going to be.
greeney2 wrote:We had this arguement over the Polio vacine, and discussed it in detail as I remember. The theory about Autism and vacinations, is not proven conclusively. I'd hate to know what would have happened had polio shots never been developed.
“... review[ing] the findings of McCormick in 50 confirmed cases of poliomyelitis in and around Toronto, Canada, during the epidemic of 1949... families eating brown bread who came down with poliomyelitis did not develop paralysis; whereas in those families eating white bread many of the children having poliomyelitis did develop paralysis. The point here is that brown bread has 28 times more vitamin B1 than does white bread. Obviously, then, the paralysis which complicates acute poliomyelitis appears to be due to a B1 avitaminosis.”
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