March 14, 2017
Fewer than half of Americans are getting the flu vaccine, and that has the CDC and doctors worried. A new study, however, may result in doctors aggressively scheduling flu shots for patients to combat this trend.
A Rutgers study has found that doctors who schedule flu shots for their patients see a dramatic increase in vaccination rates. Patients are actually three times more likely to get vaccinated when their physician makes the appointment than when they are invited to make the appointment themselves.
Despite the CDC already admitting that flu shots don’t prevent influenza a majority of the time, these dangerous vaccines made with the mercury preservative Thimerosal are still being pushed on society, especially to those most susceptible to adverse effects: children and the elderly. Studies have even shown that people have a greater chance of getting sick with a…
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