do you think that people are a little bit to over reacting with the H1N1 shots? I already had mine. if you have not had, yours, GO OUT AND GET IT! I CAN'T STAND GERMS!
Are you attempting to promote this shot, I believe germs have been around way before H1N1
I believe we should protect ourselves. There has been too many deaths so far. Its horrible. This is a serious disease.
I decided not to have the vaccine. The reason is very simple. My immune system is very strong. I used my own method to fortify my immune system the natural way. I simply will not get sick.
According to health officials in my city, the H1N1 bacteria works like HIV. They attack your entire immune system the second they're in your body.
And nope. No shot for me. Already had H1N1. Can't get it again
I plan on getting the vaccine though have not had a flu shot in several years. My company is offering a huge break on medical insurance next year if we get the vaccine. Sounds like a plan to me!
I rather not have a vaccination that is new therefore we don't know the effects. I rather go through H1N1 which to me is hardly different than the flu...than risk that.
The H1HN1 isn't as bad as the media makes it. And they're trying to make it mandatory in massachusetts. There has been more cases of the bird flu than the h1n1. I'm not getting the shot.
H1n1 is a different disease than the bird flu,. All together. The affects are different. And, if not caught in time. Death possibly instantly, depending on your reaction time. The first person who caught it was a black kid an elementary school and he died from it, I believe. The vac. can either be taken by nose or shot. By not taking it you risk your own life. Its just not worth that kind of risk, in my opinion. And, quite dangerous. Almost killed a child. Had her mother gone to the Dr. in time. The vac. has been tested. And, proven safe. A million people has taken the vac. And, they are still giving the out. At schools,.
by Play Free Games 8 years ago
There has been a lot of debate with doctors, researchers, politicians and so on....Important questions arise such as:* Who should or should not take the vaccine* Should you take the flu shot or H1N1 vaccine* Should it be mandatory* Who are high risk people* What happens if we as a world population...
by Audrey Hunt 2 years ago
Six days after allowing my Doctor to talk me in to a flu shot guess what happened? That's right. I came down with the flu. I've heard that if this happens it means we already have the virus and the shot just accelerates the process. Doctor warned me that because of my age I...
by megs78 8 years ago
I need some advice here. We are in the midst of our vaccination campaign and I am being forced to make a decision on whether or not to vaccinate my children. I just don't know what to do. On one hand, I want to protect my children from that flu, but on the other hand, I feel I...
by Arby Bourne 8 years ago
Hello, all! I see a lot of new faces, reminding me of how long I've been away from my beloved HP. This place really rocks, doesn't it? School has kept me extremely busy the last few months. Which brings me to my request for you, dear Hubbers. I'm writing a piece about the H1N1 vaccine, or more...
by Daniel Carter 8 years ago
Will you try to be vaccinated for H1N1?The H1N1 virus vaccine will only be available to "high risk" people first, and if there is enough for the rest of the population, ages 25-64. they will be vaccinated, and then others after that. If you are not in a high risk group, would you want to...
by anime_nanet 8 years ago
This hub I found and the video within made me clear all my doubts about the swine flu and the vaccine.I say it not only as a nurse but as a human person that does not like fishy things: I will not take that damn Vaccine!http://hubpages.com/hub/Flu-pandemic-Fl … ties-ALERT
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