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Taking the Swine Flu Vaccine: YES or NO?!

Hi everyone!

I know this is not a photography issue but it concerns people all over the world & from all sectors!

Recently it's passing on the news contradicted information about the swine flu vaccine! I still can not take a decision if I'm going to take it or not!

So I decided to ask people in my e-mail contact list using this photo & here on DT whether they are going to take it or not!

A YES or a NO answer is appreciated!

Thanks!

PS: Don't worry Gabriel your photo was sent protected ;)

Photo credits: Gabriel Blaj.

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December 02, 2009

Mani33

Oh yes David what I got also was a normal flu but it was strong enough that I am still recovering after 4 days!

Hahaha Rangpl I'm cheering you also! Let's keep up the good spirit ;)

December 01, 2009

Rangpl

Drinking for Your health Maen:) Got wine in the glass at last, best regards

November 30, 2009

Litifeta

Here in Australia we suffered a little with the swine flu. What was most worrying was the normal flu I got, in Spring, and despite I had a flu vaccination. I am a very clean person, but the flu I got knocked me around for over 6 weeks.

November 30, 2009

Mani33

Thank you all... I'm afraid that since yesterday I'm with a normal flu, I say normal cause I'm not with fever but the just a strong flu! Maybe called as the temperature has lowered suddenly here :(

ie: I can not take any vaccine at the moment!

November 30, 2009

Frantab01

NO WAY - i totally agree with Risto40 - you never know what S**t they are putting into the vaccine or any for that matter - if you take all necessary precautions and wash hands etc etc then if or when we do get this dreaded virus our body will fight it :)

November 27, 2009

Rangpl

Sure i am.. altough sometimes i hate to write it ;) And the vaccine just seasonal because in Poland we don't have the Ah1n1 vaccine. Also i'm not convinced that it is such big killer.
You can find more info about 'vaccine fight' in Poland if You like: http://bit.ly/76lp7b

November 27, 2009

Mani33

Hi Rangpl, thanks for your comments :))
I hope you enjoy it as I do! I mean the blogs not the wine :))
Have you took your vaccine?

November 27, 2009

Rangpl

Jeez.. Maen.. it seems like You've done a blog of the whole Dreamstime site..
Are You sure the vaccine shot You've taken was against the flu ?
If You did of course, cause if not... i think it's not a wine in that glass..!
:)

November 26, 2009

Mani33

Thank you David!

November 25, 2009

Litifeta

YES> because every vaccination kills. Whatever the vaccination is for, there is an element of risk. There are virtually no vaccines available that would cause an adverse reaction, even death, with someone in the general population. People die or are harmed by measles, mumps, flu, and various others.

TAKE THE RISK. Vaccinate.

November 22, 2009

Mani33

Thank you all I wouldn't also! Just gonna take my chances as well!

Some of the public who took it here had a terrible reactions the day after!
But they are healthy till now thank God!

November 22, 2009

Paologozzi

No, I do agree with Risto40

November 22, 2009

Voodooshack

I'm a healthy adult, so no. Plus, it's not available.

November 19, 2009

Mani33

3 Fetus death cases in Portugal & more 6 in europe after the vaccination!
Still no official confirmation from the health ministry about the relation between these cases & the vaccination!
This is starting to be scary even!!!

November 19, 2009

Risto40

NO - it's the vaccine that kills! Swine flu is actually less dangerous than regular flu. It's just the media that says it's a dangerous flu.

November 09, 2009

Dmccale

yes

November 05, 2009

Mani33

I received some e-mails as reply to my question, but only one had paid much my attention that was talking about the humid area & dry areas to catch the flu!
The infection in areas with high humidity is less than in dry ones!
I'm trying to find if that is true or not!
If anybody heard any about this I would appreciate it much!
Of course I already replied to the person asking from where he/she got that!

Thanks!

November 05, 2009

Mani33

Thanks Tan for your comment(s) I like your funny spirit :))
BTW never heard that Matt is Tea!!! Luis Santos or Rui help me please if you heard about any meaning for Matt as tea. If so I will start calling you Matt :))
And yes I agree with some of what you said also...

Thanks you all for your comments!

November 05, 2009

Creativei

Well here in UAE, I haven't heard of any such vaccination yet. but I prefer not to take such vaccination.

November 05, 2009

Tan510jomast

oh oh, i forgot to mention...

everytime there is a virus pandemic or epidermic,
someone is going to exploit it to blow it out of proportion, so they can make money , viz software writers for virus protection, pharmaceuticals, politicians, lobby group, investors in these ventures, ...
and even micro stock photographers !!! lol.

funny, but true ! it's all money talk ! ;)

November 05, 2009

Tan510jomast

yes, i agree to the latest comments somewhat.
virus has been killing people for ages. at the same time, healthy people have survived it for equal time. it's the nature of the beast... survival of the fittest, killing of the weak and irresponsible, if you must .
the media is also partly responsible for blowing things out of proportion, as always. bad journalists with nothing to say will use this as a way to sell their politicians and newspapers,etc.
i read somewhere that the solution , lies in the same place as all things eg pollution, ozone, raping of the rain forest, health care,etc..
the responsibility lies with the first pronoun "I".
if every "I" takes the accountability and responsibility to care for themselves (ie. wash their hands, not cough in public,etc),
then the world at large will be fine. same applies for pollution,etc..
we see more devastation nowadays, simply because mankind has come not to give a f--k about their neighbours .
these modern day "plagues" (SIDA, Swine Flu,etc) are just reminders by Mother Nature to warn us how much we have neglected our responsibility to our neighbours.

P.S.
Maen, tan is my last name. tan510jomast is the combinations of my
birthday and the first two letters of each of my names and surname.
you can call me Matt (my first name) or Tan, as they prefer to do in Brazil, since Matt sounds like a little tea (same thing in your language
"little tea") there, lol. !

November 05, 2009

Mattwatt

I say no for the simple reason that the vaccine in the US has been approved for immunity to any lawsuit. There is a "mist" vaccine that you inhale that is supposed to be very safe. I've heard of additives in the injection vaccines that could cause issues (but that might just be public hype)...it just scares me worse than the actual bug itself.

November 05, 2009

Justmeyo

:) Sorry Maen i was gone for 6 days in a little vacation and i didnt had internet to answer or to read something...
I think i will try to protect myself also by washing hands and eating fruits and honey .
Here first will vaccine the people who work in medical system,then kids...
Anyway if you wanna vaccine, be careful,you must to be very healthy

November 04, 2009

Dan1

I probaly will get one.

November 04, 2009

Jsternig

 H1N1 - Swine Flu (Vector) 

November 03, 2009

Moonb007

Nope, I am just going to walk around in one of these:

   Scientist in a chemical plant   



Just kidding, I will just make sure to play it smart and wash my hands and stay healthy.

November 03, 2009

Mani33

Thank You Tan510jomast! Isn't there any easier name to call you :P

November 03, 2009

Tan510jomast

i don't work with the public , so i am not taking a shot.
but i still take precautions like washing my hands before touching my face,
eating lots of fruits and vegetables that strengthen my immune system and taking lots of exercise and do deep breathing.
i think it's more of a lifestyle that will make one more prone to the flu and other diseases. i find that the docile inactive person , like the elderly and the um, smokers, will be more worried than those who are habitually
health conscious. that's my two bit opinion, of course.

November 03, 2009

Littledesire

:))))))))))))))))))))
What about my okra, Susan?

November 02, 2009

Mani33

LOL that is very true :))

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