dam I was waiting for someone to freak out about comic sans
All you people are too freaked out over needles. they're just a tiny prick on your arm.
comic sans is the font the internet deserves, but not the on it needs right now
im not somebody who flips shit about vaccines, but its also hard for me to believe that unlike every other form of medicine vaccinating has no negative effects, long term or short. there was something circulating online news sources recently about kids in europe developing narcolepsy after getting a certain brand of vaccine.
Justin, its bullshit, just like the bullshit about vaccines causing autism.
You do realize vaccines aren't drugs at all, they are basically unharmful parts of the virus let into your body so your body gains a resistance to the virus. It basically the same principle as kids getting chicken pocks on purpose so they don't get it when they are older, but with none of the bad side effects.
Goddamn chicken pox. I got it twice.
No, I just got the actual pox all over my body twice.
You can have the rash as many times as your body will allow it but it's typically only once or twice in someone's life. About 13% of people get it twice, just because they don't develop enough antibodies between bouts.
I had it once when I was three and once when I was thirteen. It had nothing to do with my immune system, it was just extremely mild both times which I guess added up to a normal version of one time?
I get the flu shot so I don't spread it to others around me.
solly you're just proving that vaccinations are part of an international jewish conspiracy
http://www.flu.gov/prevention-vaccin...on/index.html# http://www.flu.gov/prevention-vaccin...on/index.html#2. You could potentially transmit influenza to those in high risk groups because you live or work with them (e.g. household contacts, daycare workers), or because you provide essential community services and you are more likely to be in contact with those in the high risk groups.
Oh you Americans and your silly libertarianismWhat is the best way to protect myself and my family from the flu?
why do people fear needles? i remember getting my small pox shot before deployment. basically they dip the tip of a needle and stab your shoulder repeatedly. the reason so that it can infect me better.
i don't feel pain so i just sat there... the nurse was surprised and said i was the only one who didn't even flinch. the guys i worked with looked at me in astonishment and nodded. they know i don't feel pain.
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if you actually had the medical condition that makes you not feel pain i cant imagine you'd ever be medically cleared to serve in the military
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