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ATLANTA - After taking off their shoes, emptying their pockets and passing through the security checkpoint, travelers at some major U.S. airports can now roll up a sleeve and get a flu shot.
I got a flu shot once a few years back and got really sick.
when do you people stand up for a change against your government i say
No U.S.-style shortage of flu shots in Europe
PARIS: While patients are panicking over a shortage of flu vaccines in the United States, vaccination programs in Europe are progressing smoothly with a good supply of medicine, health authorities say.
Several parents noted that unlike other common vaccines, most of the influenza vaccine available contains mercury, a toxic heavy metal that has been widely blamed by parents as a cause of autism, despite the lack of any such evidence. A few speakers also said there's no research showing that it is safe to give children all the vaccines required today — more than 30 for New Jersey children.
"They're really being treated as guinea pigs, and not all children can handle all vaccines," said Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk, R-Bergen, sponsor of the philosophical objection bill.