At a local health food store here there is a sign in the window for an upcoming 'discussion' about '' immunisation and SIDS''
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The only vaxx I'm a bit iffy about is the hep b birth dose and its a more of a why is it necessacery than a its going to have adverse effects.
Chemtrails. That stuff literally blows my mind. I have tried so many times to get my head around why people would believe such conspiracy theories, and I still don't get it!
Occasionally I'll start to try to read through the conspiracy theories but I never very far...I can feel the IQ points being leached from my brain.
I can't think of any harm that having it at birth would do, its just more of "a is it actually necessary at birth when look at how it is transmitted etc". Hope that made sense.
Last edited by wannawannabe; 09-06-2013 at 09:31.
I think it is for the Aboriginal population (from what I've read), I have a feeling it is so they can't be seen to be discriminating....I could be wrong. But why else, when you read about it, it always points to the high number of infections among the Aboriginal communities?
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