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California health officials have halted the administration of Moderna mRNA vaccines after an "unusually high number" of adverse reactions were linked to one batch.

Dozens of deaths and adverse reactions have been linked to vaccines in the U.S. and Norway, where 33 senior citizens died shortly after receiving Pfizer injections.

At least 55 people have died following vaccinations in the U.S. The CDC states a number of deaths are to be expected for vaccine rollouts.

But California isn't taking any chances. The California Department of Public Health said Monday that "fewer than 10 individuals" experienced severe side effects to the mRNA vaccines that required medical attention over the past 24 hours.

All of the reactions were linked to a single community clinic. The clinic reportedly closed for several hours after the adverse reactions occurred.

California is prioritizing vaccines for the elderly (over age 65) and frontline health workers, many of whom don't want the shots.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti warned firefighters might be required to take the injections after 45% of them failed to show up for their vaccinations.

Firefighters who are fearful of being guinea pigs have been offered free gifts and perks, such as home security systems, bicycles, and gift cards for Airbnb and Lyft rides.

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Cosmopolitan magazine has come under fire for promoting obesity as healthy.

Cosmopolitan UK's February 2021 issue features plus-size women on multiple covers, including influencer Callie Thorpe and yoga teacher Jessamyn Stanley, under the headline "This is healthy!"

The magazine shares the stories of "11 women who prove wellness isn't 'one size fits all.'"

But social media users criticized the magazine for sending the wrong message.

Conservative activist Candace Owens slammed Cosmo for celebrating obesity in a Twitter post.

"We must fight to protect the next generation of children who are being intentionally targeted and brainwashed with lies.

Women can be men?
Men can be women?
And now—obesity is "healthy"?

NO, it's not. Clinical obesity is the main cause of the America's #1 killer: heart disease."

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According to Healthline, 36.5 percent of adults are obese. More than two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese.

Obesity is linked to more than 60 chronic diseases include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and cancers that can lead to preventable, premature death.

Obesity is expensive to treat

Obesity costs Americans $147 billion each year in out-of-pocket expenses.

All 50 states have obesity rates over 20 percent

Just two decades ago, no state had obesity rates over 15 percent.

The South has the highest obesity rates

West Virginia leads with 37.7 percent of adults overweight and morbidly obese.

Obese individuals miss more work

Obese workers cost employees more in lost production time and higher insurance premiums.

Obesity is largely preventable

The good news is obesity is preventable by eating a healthy, balanced diet and exercising regularly. Obesity is beautiful when a woman's weight is proportionate to her height and bone mass, i.e. thick sistas.

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As Covid-19 continues to surge and overwhelm hospitals in NY and California, many are pondering the riddle: Where have all the flu cases gone?

A top epidemiologist says the answer is simple: flu cases are now being counted as Covid-19.

"Influenza has been renamed COVID in large part," epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski told Just the News on Thursday.

"There may be quite a number of influenza cases included in the 'presumed COVID' category of people who have COVID symptoms... Those patients "also may have some SARS RNA sitting in their nose while being infected with Influenza, in which case the influenza would be 'confirmed' to be COVID."

Dr. Anthony Fauci, aka Dr. Doom, predicts "The worst is yet to come" and "Our darkest days in the battle against Covid-19 are ahead of us."

Yet Fauci fails to mention that influenza typically peaks between December and February. In fact, there is very little mention of influenza at all in the mainstream media these days.

Isn't it odd that they explain away the lack of flu cases by saying more people are wearing masks and social distancing?

Yet "dark days are ahead" because not enough people are wearing masks and social distancing.

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An L.A. Times article from 2018 used the same apocalyptic language to describe influenza cases that are now being used to describe Covid.

Just replace the word "flu" with "Covid-19" in the article.

"Hospitals across the state are sending away ambulances, flying in nurses from out of state and not letting children visit their loved ones for fear they'll spread the flu. Others are canceling surgeries and erecting tents in their parking lots so they can triage the hordes of flu patients."

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Before the U.S. rollout of Covid-19 mRNA vaccines began two weeks ago, health officials vowed to have 20 million Americans vaccinated by the end of the year. Their estimates were way off.

With only two days left in the year, Operation Warp Speed has missed its goal by a mile.

Less than 2 million Americans received the first (possibly placebo) dose of the mRNA vaccine. The numbers are a major disappointment to Dr. Anthony Fauci, who suggested that there must be some undercounting going on.

"We certainly are not at the numbers that we wanted to be at the end of December," Fauci told CNN's New Day.

"I mean, even if... 2 million is an undercount, how much undercount could it be? So, we are below where we want to be."

Fauci said he hoped to see "an increase in momentum" of vaccines going into people's arms in January, "because we really want to get those priority people vaccinated so that we can then get to what we call open season for the general population."

Fauci, who earlier admitted he lied about the percentage of herd immunity required to return the country to normal, now says 75-80% herd immunity is required.

Officials with the World Health Organization (WHO) advised that the vaccines do not prevent or slow the transmission of the virus. The official said masks, social distancing and quarantine will still be required even for those who get the vaccines.

During the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak, Fauci said healthy people shouldn't wear masks because masks create the perfect environment to grow bacteria and viruses.

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D.C. parents who don't want their children to get the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine are concerned about new legislation that limits their parental rights.

According to the Washington Post, the D.C. Council passed B23-017 (Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act) to vaccinate all schoolchildren without parental consent -- as long as the child understands the need for, and the risks of the vaccine.

The "Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act" permits a child aged 11 years or older "to consent to receive a vaccine where the vaccination is recommended by the United States Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. It also establishes that if a minor is able to comprehend the need for, the nature of, and any significant risks inherent in the medical care then informed consent is established."

Clearly the D.C. Council members believe children today are smarter than they were back in the day when a child needed a signed consent form just to go on a school field trip.


The Centers for Disease Control says the new mutant strain of Covid-19 in the UK is not deadlier or more severe than the current strains of Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus going around.

The UK reported a new, deadlier strain of SARS-CoV-2 that resulted in increased hospitalizations and deaths.

The news prompted other countries to shut their borders to anyone arriving from the UK. Anxiety about the new strain spread across the pond to the U.S., where some states have been locked down since March.

The CDC issued a statement on Tuesday, calling for calm and stating there is "no evidence" the mutant strain causes more severe respiratory illness or increased risk of death.

The new UK strain, which is known as "B.1.1.7." has not been isolated in a lab in the U.S., though former FDA director Scott Gottlieb said the new strain has almost certainly spread around the globe.

The CDC urged all states to give priority to minorities when distributing the mRNA vaccine. As a result, 25 states are now prioritizing Black, Hispanic, and Native American residents over white people for vaccine distribution.

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The Centers for Disease Control has issued guidance to every state to prioritize ethnic minorities -- specifically Black males -- as a "vulnerable community" when it comes to vaccine distribution.

As a result, half of the country's states are now prioritizing Black, Hispanic, and Native American residents over white people for vaccine distribution.

25 states, including Georgia, Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia have all committed to allow Blacks and Hispanics to jump the line for vaccinations.

Additionally, Louisiana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, and Indiana have declared "fairness" or "equity" as determining factors in prioritizing minority and "historically marginalized populations" over whites for vaccinations, even if not specifically designating minorities by name.

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The CDC guidance is predicated on recommendations from Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates and his wife Melinda Gates, who have no medical degrees. Both have been involved in funding vaccine development and have been lobbying since June for ethnic minorities to be second in line behind healthcare workers for the mRNA vaccinations.

Melinda Gates specifically urged prioritizing Black men for the mRNA vaccinations.

"We are seeing black men die at a disproportionate rate," Gates said in an interview with Time magazine. "We know the way out of COVID-19 will be a vaccine, and it needs to go out equitably."

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued new guidance after thousands of people reported adverse side effects after getting the new mRNA Covid-19 vaccine.

As of Dec. 18, 3,150 people reported what the agency terms "Health Impact Events" after getting vaccinated. The CDC defines "Health Impact Events" as "unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work," or "required care from a doctor or health care professional."

The adverse effects were reported through V-safe, a smartphone app, according to

Dr. Thomas Clark, a CDC epidemiologist, reported the data to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices on Saturday (click link to see the reported data).

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The CDC recommends not taking the vaccine if a person has "ever had a severe allergic reaction to any ingredient in a Covid-19 vaccine."

The active ingredient in the Covid-19 vaccine is 30 mcg of modified messenger ribonucleic acid (modRNA) which contains encoding of spike protein (glycoprotein of SARS-CoV-2).

The encoding tells human cells to produce a spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 that acts as an antigen (kind of like a virus) to stimulate an immune response and create antibodies.

The amount of mRNA contained in the first injection is less than a grain of table salt. A second injection is required within 21 days of the first shot.

Other ingredients include lipids, salts, sugar (6 mg sucrose) and polyethylene glycol as a purifier.

The CDC recommends that people with a history of severe allergic reactions not related to vaccines or injectable medications can still get the mRNA vaccine.

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In a stunning reversal on Monday, Britain's vaccine rollout minister walked back his statements about Covid-19 passports and forced vaccine mandates, saying the measures are "discriminatory and completely wrong."

Nadhim Zahawi said the British government will not require so-called "Covid-19 passports" that confirms the holder was vaccinated.

Zahawi also said the UK would "definitely not" mandate the coronavirus vaccines, or place restrictions on those who chose not to get the vaccines.

Zahawi made the announcement during a Westminster Hall debate after a petition garnered 340,000 signatures against the Covid passports and vaccine mandates.

He said he previously "misspoke."

"I think mandating vaccinations is discriminatory and completely wrong," he said. "I would urge businesses listening to this debate today not to even think about this."

Zahawi added, "We have absolutely no plans for vaccine passporting."

Civil liberties groups praised Zahawi's reversal as "a welcome return to rationality."

Just two weeks ago, Zahawi said bars, cinemas, restaurants and sports venues should "demand proof of vaccination" before allowing customers to enter.

But that was before health officials reluctantly agreed that there isn't enough data to prove the vaccine can stop or prevent the spread of the coronavirus,

There is still no cure for a virus.

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Anti-vaxxers who refuse to vaccinate their children against childhood diseases are considered insane conspiracy theorists who put the health of their children at risk.

Now a ten-year study validates their fears that there may be a link to vaccines and an increase in childhood disorders.

54 percent of children and young adults in the U.S. suffer from chronic illnesses that require lifelong pharmaceutical prescriptions.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) refused to conduct a study comparing vaccinated children with their unvaccinated peers.

So pediatricians in Oregon took it upon themselves to conduct a study after they noticed respiratory illnesses in children skyrocketing over the past 30 years.

Dr. Paul Thomas, M.D., conducted the ten year study at Integrative Pediatric that found unvaccinated children were considerably healthier than vaccinated children. The results of the study were published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

The study, which followed 3,300 vaccinated and unvaccinated pediatric patients for ten years, revealed that unvaccinated children required 25 times LESS visits to the doctor for respiratory ailments than vaccinated children.

Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld found that vaccinated children were more likely to suffer from asthma, ear infections, allergies, sinus infections and skin rashes than unvaccinated children.

The CDC recommends over 70 doses of 16 vaccines for a child before he reaches the age of 18.

Children who received 90 to 95% of the recommended vaccines were about 25 times more likely to see the pediatrician than the unvaccinated children.