•   devyn_jay Its one thing to not want the flu vaccine, fair enough. But to be against all vaccines? Yea, try all you want to be healthy and build an immunity against polio, hepatitis, measles, mumps... Yea.. Go ahead! 9h
  •   rickywestcoast @devyn_jay I will 9h
  •   hnf_proudmama_jaf My baby's are not vaccinated and completely healthy healthier then kids with vaccines and my daughter is already 6 9h
  •   dirtyfishydishcloth 100% agree with @lunagrim this is completely wrong. Despite your opinions on vaccinations or big pharma let's not spread misinformation. The only thing that is correct is the first sentence. 8h
  •   lunagrim Okay, @knottyandrea , when you work in a lab and know a thing or two about viruses and immunity, tell me how proof under a microscope right in front of you is "bullshit". If the general population with average immune systems get vaccinated, there are less people that will be able to infect people with weak immune systems, like the elderly. Getting the flu can be - and largely is - deadly for someone like that. Tell me how bullshit that is after you watch someone die from an easily preventable viral infection. 3h
  •   knottyandrea @lunagrim I am not saying that the flu isn't preventable. I am saying there are other cures than medication and/or flu shots. If the general population was taking no medications, had a healthy diet full of fruits and veggies, got plenty of vitamin D and water, then maybe diseases wouldn't be spread as quickly or hardly at all. I am sure the elderly people dying of the flu have a life long history of an awesome diet and are taking zero medications. 3h
  •   lunagrim @knottyandrea You clearly have no scientific background and can't fathom the concept that a live virus spread by droplets has nothing to do with what you eat. 2h

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