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To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? That is the big question that keeps coming back along with attacks on parents who don’t allow their children to be vaccinated, regardless of the reason. We must find a way to separate the concepts of immunity and immunization from vaccines and vaccination. The objective is to prevent serious harm, and to prevent large-scale infectious disease outbreaks.
Martin and Scott have a strong opinion on this subject and they share a story in this episode about parents from California who lost their infant son after he was vaccinated with an inappropriate amount of vaccine and an extra dose of unnecessary vaccine for hepatitis B. It took over a year to actually prove that vaccination was what caused the infant’s death. But this is not the only family forever affected by the over-use of vaccination, the ...
Do you think getting the flu each Winter is normal? Do you suffer with symptoms every year and take it as a common thing? Do you actually expect to catch the flu and somehow are okay with that, because it’s just what happens every year? Well, you don’t have to! The flu, which is short for influenza, is a perfectly preventable disease and you don’t have to experience it every time you use public transit or ride in an airplane. You don’t have to panic when a sick workmate or child sneezes your way. You just need to learn the right steps to flu prevention - it’s easy as that.
The flu is an infectious disease caused by the influenza virus. It attacks the respiratory system and is spread from person to person just by a small amount of saliva in the air released during sneezing or coughing, but also drinking from the same glass or by kissing. If you already have a virus, covering your mouth with a hand when sneezing is not a good idea, because germs tend to stick to your bare hands. The best thing to do is use paper tissues that you immediately throw away after a sneeze or cough. Wash your hands of ...
Earth is an amazing and complex organism by itself. It is a closed circle of life and energy. Think about all the perfectly working systems it contains: water circulation, birds and animals migrating to warmer areas for winter, bees pollinating plants, earthworms loosening the soil to help air and water get in, cows eating the grass and later fertilizing it naturally with their feces, incidentally creating more topsoil which grows more grass and produce... This is not something humans intended to do, this is an inherent system of nature, this is how life on Earth is supposed to work.
Modern agriculture is not just slowly killing our planet, but also makes people sick by providing them hollow, nutritionally empty foods grown on depleted soil, using chemical fertilizers that are not safe enough for the “farmer“ to walk around the field without a face mask, but somehow are perfectly safe for us to eat. Healthy soil is rich in bacteria and microorganisms that are not just crucial for growing healthy plants and trees, but also very important for us humans.
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