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CLEVELAND — As Americans await the release of the H1N1 vaccine, companies, families and individuals are doubling down their efforts to inoculate themselves against the possible pandemic.
One industry preparing for a run on product is the last industry you’ll rely on: the funeral home.
“We need to make sure we have enough embalming fluid and caskets,” said Mark Busch, of Busch funeral ho,mes. “We need to make sure cemeteries have enough grave diggers.”
The Ohio Association of Funeral Directors now meets regularly to prepare for a potential once in a generation mortality spike.
Some will die, miscarry or have a stroke after getting the swine flu vaccine, but the shot may not be responsible
New York is the only state in the nation to require that health care workers be vaccinated, though other states are considering such measures. Health workers, including doctors, must be immunized by Nov. 30. Opponents say it’s simply unnecessary.
Several registered nurses said they will neither contract nor transmit the flu because they’re constantly washing their hands.
People in the southern hemisphere have recovered quite nicely from their "flu season" without having taken flu vaccines, with general agreement that it was no worse than a normal winter.
So, I repeat. It is not the flu, but the flu vaccine that puts individuals at risk. Google "H1N1 flu vaccine ingredients" on the Net, or check my site at www.realitycheck.typepad.comand you will find out that the H1N1 vaccine contains: squalene (can cause auto-immune diseases), thimerosal (mercury which destroys brain cells), formaldehyde, porcine gelatin (pig skin), and polyethylene glycol, to name a few. Do you want to have these substances injected into your body or someone in your family?