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Get ready to learn things not traditionally taught to medical doctors!
Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are:
- Children who see “alternative” health providers, such as acupuncturists or massage therapists, are less likely than other kids to get their annual flu shot, a new study suggests. The findings do not prove a cause-and-effect connection, however.
- Flu-shot memes this year are of the “OMG!The flu shot contains mercury!” variety. While it’s true that some versions of the flu vaccine do contain trace amounts of mercury, such a statement is largely meaningless. Thimerosal, the organic compound used as a preservative in some vaccines, breaks down in the body into ethyl mercury. Since our bodies can remove ethyl mercury, it doesn’t bio-accumulate. This is very different from methyl mercury, found in trace amounts in certain fish like tuna.
- Stop reading the news and take up yoga. That’s what some therapists in the United States are telling patients stressed out by a nasty presidential campaign in which two unpopular candidates are in a tight race for the most powerful office in the world. Practicing yoga poses such as Half moon pose is hugely beneficial as it helps us to get a better posture and also helps get rid of various form of pain.
- Parents were asked whether specific messages— including nine longer ones developed by the CDC and six brief messages developed by the study team — would persuade them to have their children vaccinated. Seventy percent of parents said they’d support messages that emphasized the effectiveness of the vaccine. About two-thirds of parents said they would support messages about the cancers prevented by the vaccine and the safety of the vaccine. Three of the brief messages and eight of the longer messages were supported by at least half of the parents.
- Although many people are aware of the link between vaccines and cases of autism in children, what’s not so commonly known is the fact that vaccines also cause food allergies – and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has even corroborated the link in one of their own studies.
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