The hottest Vaccination Substack posts right now

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Ground Truths β€’ 10191 implied HN points β€’ 22 Feb 24
  1. Recent studies shed light on the disrupted blood-brain barrier in Long Covid, with implications for brain fog and inflammation.
  2. Persistent SARS-CoV-2 infections increase the risk of Long Covid, with viral loads indicating active replication.
  3. Interferon-gamma biomarker shows promise in diagnosing and treating Long Covid, potentially aiding in clinical trials.
Ground Truths β€’ 15222 implied HN points β€’ 19 Jan 24
  1. A new study on Long Covid analyzed 6,600 proteins to identify potential biomarkers like complement activation.
  2. Vaccination offers substantial protection against Long Covid, especially in those not at risk of severe illness.
  3. Recent reports highlight potential neurologic damage from Covid and call for more research on effective treatments.
Igor’s Newsletter β€’ 10770 implied HN points β€’ 28 Jan 24
  1. The study found a positive association between excess mortality and COVID vaccination rates in 2023.
  2. The real-world data suggests that COVID vaccines may increase excess mortality instead of decreasing it.
  3. Excess mortality in 2023 was somewhat lower than in 2022, but the reasons are not fully understood.
The Forgotten Side of Medicine β€’ 9512 implied HN points β€’ 08 Jan 24
  1. Shedding from mRNA vaccines is a real concern, with varying levels of sensitivity among individuals.
  2. Symptoms of shedding exposure often overlap with long COVID and vaccine side effects, particularly affecting women.
  3. Shedding can occur through proximity, skin-to-skin contact, and other secretions, with a range of symptoms such as menstrual abnormalities, bruising, dizziness, and more.
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Sensible Medicine β€’ 6230 implied HN points β€’ 04 Feb 24
  1. Many people have different opinions on mask-wearing and judge others based on their choices.
  2. Logical breaks for stopping mask-wearing include belief in its effectiveness and timing related to vaccination or Covid infection.
  3. Continuing to wear masks after certain periods or events may not always be rational according to the author.
COVID Intel - by Dr.William Makis β€’ 3066 implied HN points β€’ 07 Feb 24
  1. Dr. John Woodward, an academic lawyer, who disparaged the unvaccinated and supported mandates, is now suffering from terminal brain cancer.
  2. The story highlights the consequences of words and actions, showcasing a stark turn of events for Dr. Woodward.
  3. The situation serves as a reminder of the significance of empathy and caution in judgment towards others.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World β€’ 2771 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. Receiving mRNA COVID-19 vaccines significantly increases the risk of myocarditis, an autoimmune heart disease.
  2. The risk of myocarditis is higher in adolescent males and young men after the second vaccination dose.
  3. Symptoms of myocarditis post-vaccination include chest pain, abnormal ECG results, and shortness of breath.
COVID Intel - by Dr.William Makis β€’ 2044 implied HN points β€’ 10 Feb 24
  1. The post discusses cases and a literature review on kidney damage, acute renal injury, and renal failure after COVID-19 mRNA vaccination.
  2. Kidney failure has been observed to increase following the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine rollout.
  3. The content suggests subscribing to COVID Intel by Dr. William Makis for more detailed information and a 7-day free trial.
COVID Intel - by Dr.William Makis β€’ 2083 implied HN points β€’ 02 Feb 24
  1. First reported case of new-onset mania and psychosis after receiving a bivalent mRNA COVID-19 booster vaccination
  2. 16 cases of similar reactions documented in the literature
  3. The post discusses these cases in detail and requires a subscription to read further
2nd Smartest Guy in the World β€’ 2358 implied HN points β€’ 11 Jan 24
  1. Combination therapy of doxycycline and ivermectin may help prevent and reverse heart damage caused by Covid-19 vaccines
  2. Research suggests that anti-inflammatory and anti-MMP compounds could be effective in treating myocarditis
  3. Clinical trials are needed to assess the safety and effectiveness of compounds like doxycycline, ivermectin, resveratrol, zinc, and tetracyclines in myocarditis treatment
RESCUE with Michael Capuzzo β€’ 9787 implied HN points β€’ 08 Jun 23
  1. John Berndsen's heart complications after receiving the Pfizer vaccine illustrate a potential link to myocarditis and the importance of questioning vaccine safety.
  2. Many adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines are not being reported in the media, and the numbers show a significant impact on health, including deaths.
  3. John Berndsen's experience highlights the importance of critically examining the safety and necessity of additional vaccine doses, especially for vulnerable individuals.
The Dossier β€’ 5405 implied HN points β€’ 18 Sep 23
  1. Mark Cuban refused to do interviews with unvaccinated journalists.
  2. Cuban tried to incentivize a journalist to get vaccinated in exchange for appearing on their show.
  3. Cuban promoted vaccination on his shows and required employees to be vaccinated.
The DisInformation Chronicle β€’ 2005 implied HN points β€’ 09 Jan 24
  1. FDA Commissioner is promoting products off-label, which is illegal marketing scheme criticized by Democrats
  2. There are concerns about conflicts of interest in reporting on COVID vaccine efficacy
  3. Clinicians may not always see conflicts of interest when receiving payments from pharmaceutical companies
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack β€’ 1415 implied HN points β€’ 06 Feb 24
  1. No-choice vaccination can serve functions beyond health.
  2. Symbolism and psychological conditioning play a role in vaccination.
  3. For some, mandatory vaccination is seen as a form of submission.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack β€’ 1768 implied HN points β€’ 09 Jan 24
  1. Questioning why celebrities suggest death for the unvaccinated
  2. Concerns about pressure to take COVID shots from leaders and celebrities
  3. Importance of not blindly trusting individuals making inhumane statements
An Insult to Intuition β€’ 1434 implied HN points β€’ 25 Jan 24
  1. Vaccinated individuals may be more susceptible to infection than unvaccinated individuals, as shown in UKHSA data
  2. Receiving mRNA vaccines may lead to higher IgG4 antibody concentrations, which could impact immune responses
  3. Vaccination might not prevent 'Long Covid' according to studies, and there could be a risk of more severe disease after vaccination
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack β€’ 1139 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. There are concerns about menstrual irregularities and heavy bleeding in women due to exposure to vaccinated individuals, particularly with mRNA COVID shots.
  2. Questions are raised about the impact of COVID mRNA shedding on pregnant women and developing babies, with a call for more research and considerations of risks.
  3. The responsibility of mRNA technology inventors and vaccine makers to consider the effects on pregnant women and babies in utero, especially in relation to the composition and potential shedding of lipid nanoparticles.
Your Local Epidemiologist β€’ 850 implied HN points β€’ 27 Feb 24
  1. Florida's health department made controversial recommendations that contradict standard practice guidelines for managing measles outbreaks, risking the spread of the disease.
  2. Isolation after measles exposure is critical to prevent transmission since measles is highly contagious compared to other viruses and has a long incubation period.
  3. Measles can have severe consequences, including hospitalization, pneumonia, and encephalitis, highlighting the importance of following established guidelines and maintaining high vaccination rates.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack β€’ 1061 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Pregnant women were not included in Pfizer or Moderna trials, so data cannot be applied to them, making it unprecedented to administer investigational products to pregnant women.
  2. Giving mRNA vaccines to pregnant women without study data was seen as a criminal act by some due to lack of evidence and potential risks.
  3. Questions arise about the long-term effects on babies born to mothers who received the shots, prompting concerns about follow-up protocols and implications.
Are You Okay? β€’ 359 implied HN points β€’ 29 Mar 24
  1. Measles is difficult to contain due to the anti-vax movement and asymptomatic spread. Symptoms can include cough, runny nose, pink eye, fever, and a rash spreading across the body.
  2. Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent measles and provides lifelong protection. It is recommended for adults without a history of measles.
  3. Taking vitamin B12 supplements may be necessary for individuals with low levels, especially if caused by medications like Prilosec; however, unnecessary vitamin supplementation should be approached with caution.
Peter Navarro's Taking Back Trump's America β€’ 923 implied HN points β€’ 24 Jan 24
  1. Issues related to Communist China's economic aggression and military rise are crucial in national policy debate.
  2. Investigation into the 2020 election is essential to maintain election system integrity.
  3. Recognition of medical and political dangers related to COVID-19 vaccines and authoritarian measures is vital.
Brad DeLong's Grasping Reality β€’ 361 implied HN points β€’ 14 Mar 24
  1. Having neighbors who vote for Donald Trump could lead to a higher chance of dying from the Covid Plague.
  2. The difference in Covid outcomes between counties may not be due to behavioral factors, but rather to vaccination rates influenced by political views.
  3. Vaccination rates seem to be linked to political figures like Donald Trump, showing how politics can impact public health.
LIL Science β€’ 943 implied HN points β€’ 24 Dec 23
  1. COVID-19 affects people differently, with factors like age, comorbidities, and exposure to the virus playing a role
  2. Genetics, such as blood type and HLA genotype, can impact susceptibility to severe COVID-19
  3. Research is ongoing to uncover genetic factors that influence COVID-19 severity, but prevention through vaccination, masks, and distancing remains key
Are You Okay? β€’ 718 implied HN points β€’ 19 Jan 24
  1. It's crucial for high-risk individuals to consider getting a COVID booster shot 6 months post-infection, but the benefits of additional doses diminish for those at lower risk. Boosters may help briefly reduce infection risks, but lifestyle factors like sleep, nutrition, and exercise are also key for health.
  2. COVID testing should be prioritized for cases where results would alter medical care. For healthy individuals, testing may not be as critical for every symptom, but knowing the specific virus causing symptoms can still influence precautions and decisions.
  3. In households with multiple symptomatic individuals, differing COVID test results can occur; one positive and one negative doesn't necessarily mean the negative individual isn't contagious. Contact a healthcare provider for guidance when unsure.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack β€’ 530 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. A new study suggests a 20% increased risk of severe bleeding post-mRNA vaccination in women hospitalized for heavy menstrual bleeding.
  2. The study focused on women aged 15-50 who experienced heavy menstrual bleeding post-mRNA vaccination in France between May 2021 and August 2022, with 99.8% receiving Comirnaty (Pfizer) or Spikevax (Moderna).
  3. Primary vaccination doses showed a 20% increased risk, particularly in socially disadvantaged municipalities and among women not using hormonal contraception, but this increased risk was not found for booster doses.
The Dossier β€’ 367 implied HN points β€’ 29 Feb 24
  1. The CDC has green-lighted a ninth Covid mRNA shot for those following the official vaccination schedule, totaling nine doses within three years.
  2. The latest shot targets a variant that no longer exists, raising questions about continued vaccinations against obsolete threats.
  3. Pharmaceutical companies may be promoting additional shots under the guise of protection against new variants, despite the variants not being present during the shot's creation.
The Vajenda β€’ 2162 implied HN points β€’ 11 Jul 23
  1. HPV vaccine is approved up to age 45, but one can consider getting vaccinated later based on individual risk factors.
  2. Vaccination before age 26 is ideal to maximize effectiveness with fewer doses, but those up to 45 may decide based on discussions with clinicians.
  3. Getting the HPV vaccine at an older age can still provide protection against cancer-causing HPV types, especially before new sexual partners and to prevent potential health consequences.