Wednesday, October 12, 2011
What's in those vaccines?
by: Kaitlyn Moore
The issues surrounding the dangers of vaccines require a look into how they are made and to what we are exposing ourselves to. So, what are vaccinations exactly?
Generally speaking, vaccinations are inoculations that attempt to confer immunity against a specific disease. Our anti-body defenses are stimulated when weakened versions of bacteria or viruses are injected into our system.
Bacterial vaccinations are grown in petri dishes but viral vaccinations require a live host. Recent medical advances have widened the sphere of what "live host" actually means (http://www.nae.edu/Publications/Bri...).
Edward Jenner, credited with discovering the small pox vaccine, observed that milkmaids who had been infected with cowpox ended up immune to smallpox. Jenner's first "inoculation" was completed by injecting an 8 year old with the pus from the lesions of a milkmaid with cowpox (http://www.experiment-resources.com...)...
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/033834_vaccines_ingredients.html#ixzz1abMoV53M