Why Do Young Children Need Flu Shots?

I haven't heard much lately about the flu epidemic that never came to be in America, except that health care workers are skipping flu shots which is smart considering the two top antiviral flu drugs don't work.

So why did the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommend unanimously that all children from ages 6 months to 5 receive an annual flu shot anyway?

That makes about as much sense to me -- absolutely none at all -- as a recommendation by one panel member who wanted the committee to make more progress toward universal flu vaccinations, a catastrophe in the making if there ever was one. Nevertheless, it won't surprise you the committee agreed to discuss it at their next meeting this summer.

Just know, you and your family don't need toxic, mercury-laden flu shots, if you follow my safe and simple protocol.

USA Today February 23, 2006

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