Four Questions and Answers About the H1n1 Virus For Your Online Business
Daily we hear about the flu season and the H1N1 swine flu virus. We all ask ourselves the question, should I get the H1N1 flu shot? If I am harmed by the vaccine, what legal recourse do I have? What safety tests have been conducted on the vaccine? These are very important questions to ask yourself. You need to provide the answers given here to your customers visiting your business internet money online opportunity web site.
Here are 4 questions and answers to consider before being vaccinated or panicking about the H1N1 swine flu.
1. If you are harmed by the vaccine do you have any legal recourse in the event of an adverse reaction? In 2001 a law was passed granting those who develop and recommend vaccines during a “health emergency” immunity from any legal prosecution. This law granted the pharmaceutical companies a free pass since without the potential to lose billions of dollars in lawsuits they have far less motivation to spend millions testing the H1N1 vaccine.
2. What safety tests have been completed on the H1N1 vaccine before it will be administered? Though the safety of vaccines in general can be questioned, it usually takes immunologists 18 months to create and test a vaccine, the H1N1 vaccine was developed for distribution in less than 5 months. Testing thus far has included only 6,000 people. Of these, not all have even received the same vaccine with the same ingredients. Also, because testing is done on volunteers there is no way to accurately test the effect of the vaccine on certain age groups such as pregnant mothers, the elderly and those at higher risk. One manufacturer of the H1N1 vaccine admitted to the Associated Press that the vaccine will be available to the public before trial testing is even completed.
3. Which is the higher risk, taking the vaccine or getting the swine flu? Except in those with a severely compromised immune system, the swine flu would likely result in no more than regular flu symptoms and a possible 1 or 2 days missed from work or school. The effect of an adverse reaction to the vaccine can be very severe and possibly fatal. One type reaction is getting Guillian Barre Syndrome, a neurological disease that causes partial paralysis and is associated with many vaccines including the flu vaccine. It was the most common form of injury from the swine flu vaccine administered in the 70s. Before any medicine or vaccine is taken one should weigh the risks versus the benefits.
4. What can you do to protect yourself against the H1N1 flu and seasonal flu naturally? You can answer this question yourself by reading the following facts. Germs on their own do not make you sick, lowered body defenses do. Keep your body strong physically, nutritionally and mentally and observe good hygiene and you will have protection against the swine flu. Vitamin D is a powerful defender against viruses. Your body derives Vitamin D from sunlight and thus as it gets colder and we get less and less our defenses against viruses can decrease – thus why we have a “flu season.” Increasing your Vitamin D levels and/or using other different natural supplements can protect you naturally, without risk and more effectively than the vaccine. Maintain a healthy nervous system.
So will you put yourself and family at risk by taking the H1N1 swine flu shot and possibly even get the flu as has been the case in Canada or stay healthy and take precautions to avoid getting it? This is your decision but in either case be sure and tell the facts to your customers at your business internet money online opportunity web site.