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Influenza Vaccine and the Natural Alternatives

Posted September 27, 2013

Each year the Influenza Vaccine is enthusiastically called upon to prevent the contraction of flu, yet could there really be a more natural alternative that works? To the dismay of many pharmaceutical companies, yes.

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Vitamin D, Interferon Alpha Vaccine Show Promise Against Lupus

Posted April 30, 2012

Two experimental treatments take aim at the destructive immune response believed to cause lupus, according to new research presented at the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting. One study looked at large doses of vitamin D, while the other was a trial of a potential vaccine against an immune system protein called interferon alpha.

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Green tea supplements prevent flu better than vaccination

Posted April 30, 2012

Flu season is now in full swing and seasonal vaccinations are being pushed from every corner. Nonetheless, a recent clinical trial showed that green tea-based supplements reduced the risk of flu by 75%. This is far better than the 60% risk reduction recently reported in the Lancet for vaccinations. Given that green tea provides a host of other health benefits and none of the risks of injections, it would appear to be a far superior alternative to vaccination.

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Prevent shingles with vitamins, not vaccine

Posted April 30, 2011

Has your doctor talked to you yet about the shingles vaccine? If you’re over 60, chances are you’ve heard the spiel plenty. Yes, the CDC recommends everyone over 60 to get it. Yes, they say it cuts your shingles risk by about 55 percent. But no, I don’t think you should get it. Here’s why.

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Know the homeopathic alternative to mainstream vaccines

Posted April 27, 2011

More people are questioning the validity of mainstream vaccines for their children, themselves and their animals than ever before. And whilst many are choosing not to vaccinate, some are still caught up in the modern day thinking that you need to protect youngsters from disease. A safe alternative could lie in homeoprophylaxis.

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Proprietary arabinogalactan extract increases antibody response to the pneumonia vaccine

Posted August 28, 2010

Arabinogalactan from Larch tree (Larix spp.) bark has previously demonstrated immunostimulatory activity. The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that ingestion of a proprietary arabinogalactan extract, ResistAid, would selectively enhance the antibody response to the pneumococcal (pneumonia) vaccine in healthy adults.

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U.S. antiviral supplies tighten as prescriptions soar

Posted May 6, 2009

Pharmacies across the country are struggling to meet demand for antiviral medications as anxious patients rush to fill prescriptions, raising the specter of supply shortages for those who really need treatment.

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Mexico swine flu deaths spur global epidemic fears

Posted April 28, 2009

A unique strain of swine flu is the suspected killer of dozens of people in Mexico, where authorities closed schools, museums, libraries and theaters in the capital on Friday to try to contain an outbreak that has spurred concerns of a global flu epidemic.

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Vaccines infected with deadly avian flu virus

Posted March 25, 2009

A large consignment of seasonal flu vaccine, which was due to be circulated to 18 European countries, has been infected with deadly live avian flu virus. Had the contamination not been detected, the vaccines may have started an avian flu pandemic, killing hundreds of thousands of people.

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Researchers Suggest Insufficient Evidence of Efficacy of HPV Vaccine

Posted March 14, 2009

There is not enough evidence to confidently state that two popular vaccines against the human papillomavirus (HPV) will reliably prevent against the development of cervical cancer, according to two articles published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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