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03/11/2019 / By Tracey Watson
The number of vaccinations mandated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has risen sharply in recent decades. These medical interventions are touted as full-proof solutions to many previously common “childhood” illnesses, including measles, mumps and chicken pox, as well as more serious diseases like polio and smallpox.
As dependence on vaccination continues to grow, fewer and fewer people know how to boost their immune systems naturally, instead placing all their trust in vaccines to keep them healthy.
This is a dangerous trend, however, because vaccines have the potential for serious side effects and long-term health problems. Interestingly, even the CDC itself openly acknowledges that “any vaccine can cause side effects.” [Emphasis added]
In addition, many vaccines aren’t that effective in the first place. It is therefore important to know how to naturally boost lifelong immunity rather than relying on ineffective and dangerous vaccinations.
Vaccines are almost always presented as safe, 100 percent effective solutions with very few – if any – side effects. Parents allow their tiny babies to receive dozens of shots with very few of them ever being told about the serious side effects associated with these medications.
Natural Health 365 compiled a list of just some of the serious side effects associated with vaccines. All of these risks are openly acknowledged on the CDC website and/or on the package inserts of the vaccines themselves. Below are a few of the side effects linked to the most commonly administered vaccines.
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There is a similarly disturbing list of potential side effects for every single vaccine, and almost all of them are linked to serious allergic reactions.
Despite openly acknowledging that all vaccines have the potential for serious side effects, the CDC, World Health Organization and media are clamping down hard on those who do not choose to expose themselves or their children to these dangers.
The World Health Organization recently labeled these people – commonly known as anti-vaxxers – as a “global health threat,” on the same level as Ebola and climate change.
The WHO’s position is that “vaccine hesitancy” – a delay or refusal to accept vaccines – is threatening a global resurgence in vaccine-preventable diseases.
The WHO claims that vaccines prevent upwards of three million deaths each year, but that 50 percent more lives could be spared if everyone, everywhere agreed to accept every mandated vaccine. They claim that the recent resurgence in measles outbreaks is an example of how a reduction in the number of people vaccinated can cause an increase in occurrences of a disease.
Despite this type of external pressure, many people are standing their ground and refusing vaccinations. For these people, working with the body instead of against it to boost immunity naturally just makes more sense.
Focusing on eating unprocessed, non-GMO, organic produce, exercising regularly and increasing consumption of spirulina, zinc, vitamin c and other immune boosters will help the body fight off viruses and other diseases without the risks associated with vaccinations.
Learn more at Vaccines.news.
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