COVID-19 Vaccine Update

We have been getting a number of comments and individuals who have expressed concerns over the speed at which the novel coronavirus vaccine is progressing. We have written about mRNA vaccines in previous posts, but we haven’t written about the variety of candidates which are in the process of development and testing. I’m not going to lie, change and new […]

Why Conspiracy Theories are dangerous

Conspiracy theories have been around since we have had written language, and probably even earlier. They’re rooted in suspicion and distrust, whether that be in an individual, organization, government, or group of people. These suspicions often exist within a group or groups of people, individuals who often share similar experiences, and are often wielded as a means to unite themselves […]

The choice became clear. I would get the vaccine.

“To be clear, I am not a vaccine skeptic — my three children are fully vaccinated and I dutifully take my flu shot year after year. But I had serious doubts about the speed of the Covid-19 vaccine development process, which seemed to me to be a political tool then-President Donald Trump was trying to use to win re-election. How […]

Booster Shots

Booster shots are called that for a reason. They’re the only artificial way to boost your body’s immune response to a given pathogen, by strengthening its recognition of a virus or bacteria. There are no other bottled substances that cause a “boosted” immune response. The only other alternative is natural exposures which carry the risk of illness, unlike vaccines which […]

One Vaxxed Nurse on Racial Equality

A repost from my personal writings re: racial equality, in honor of MLK Day. When I was growing up I didn’t know that racism sounded like this: “I’m not racist but…… I want you to date people with the same ‘cultural values’.” “I’m not racist but…… I want my grandchildren to look like me” “I’m not racist but…… Blacks kill […]

“What About the Long-Term Effects?”

“What about the long term effects!” That’s the question that gets asked a lot about vaccines, seemingly ignoring the fact that a good portion of chronic diseases are directly caused by viral and bacterial infections. Vaccines protect against long term disease processes that are caused by viral and bacterial infections.

Combating Misinformation for People Like Heather.

Pages like One Vaxxed Nurse exist for the purpose of combating misinformation that frightened people, like Heather, fall prey to. Heather is correct. Most people who become vaccine hesitant or anti-vaccine, do so as a result of charlatans who take advantage of that fear. We are happy to see that Heather was able to overcome her fears by rationally examining […]

COVID-19 infection as a possible contributor to the development of Parkinson’s Disease.

It is widely accepted that certain viral infections (such as influenzas and coronaviruses) play a role in the development of Parkinson’s Disease. Anosmia, or the loss of smell, has long been observed to be present in patients with viral infections who later develop Parkinsonism. There is much concern for the prevalence of anosmia as a symptom feature of SARS-Cov-2. This […]

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