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Jessica Biel Enters the Vaccine Rights Fight

Jessica Biel is getting the Jenny treatment for speaking out against California's crackdown on medical choice for families who choose not to vaccinate per the bloated CDC schedule.  There are countless celebs who do not fully follow the schedule - they remain silent. Please thank Mrs. Justin Timberlake for having the courage to enter this storm.  Supporting choice is NOT being anti-vaccine.


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Justin Timberlake has shown his support for his wife Jessica Biel, after she was heavily criticized for her vaccination stance.

Earlier this week, The Sinner star joined politician and outspoken anti-vaccination advocate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at the California State Capitol in Sacramento to lobby against the proposed SB 276 bill.

The legislation, which was launched in March by California senator and pediatrician Dr. Richard Pan, would limit medical exemptions from vaccinations without approval from a state public health officer.

Although Biel later clarified that she wasn’t anti-vaccines, the 37-year-old actress has been the subject of intense criticism online.


Hans Litten

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Angus Files

Good on Justin for taking the line he and Jessica have taken.SSomething modern couples need to sort out in the pre-nuptials DO YOU VACCINATE?-Hell Nooooo!!!

Pharma For Prison


Bob Moffit

I applaud Jessica Biel for having the courage to speak out regarding the rampaging medical tyranny in the State of California .. God bless her .. knowing she will subjected to the same SOCIAL MEDIA THUGS AND BULLIES who so viciously attacked Jenny McCarthy.

"There are countless celebs who do not fully follow the schedule - they remain silent.'

Indeed, just as their are countless doctors, nurses, public health officials and others who do not vaccinate THEIR children as THEY promote vaccinating OURS.

Can't help but think of wealthy … most well known are Hollywood icons … who fraudulently gained acceptance for their child at prestigious universities …

Hans Litten

A Louisiana woman recently added to the growing number of Zostavax lawsuits filed against pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co., alleging that its shingles vaccine caused her serious injuries, including the development of a serious rash.

Plaintiff Minnie C., was inoculated with Merck’s Zostavax on July 26, 2017, for the prevention of shingles (also known as herpes zoster). Several months later, Minnie started to notice lesions on her abdomen, according to her complaint. Minnie was diagnosed with shingles and prescribed valacyclovir for treatment. Her doctor photographed and documented Minnie’s rash, according to the suit.

After her injuries, Minnie filed a Zostavax lawsuit alleging that her exposure to the vaccine caused her injuries, along with pain and suffering, mental anguish, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, and physical impairment and injury. She seeks compensation for medical expenses and other economic and non-economic damages.

Minnie’s lawsuit, filed on May 18, 2019, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. lists multiple counts, including breach of duty under Louisiana state law, manufacturing and design defect, inadequate warning, and non-conformity to express warranty.

Minnie is far from the first person to pursue litigation over complications associated with the Zostavax vaccine. If you or someone you love has suffered from a rash or other side effects of Zostavax, you may be able to join the growing pile of Zostavax lawsuits being filed against Merck & Co. and pursue compensation.

It turns out that the brain, which has historically thought to be a sterile environment, may actually be host to its own microbiome; not unlike the environment of the gut!

By now, almost everyone has heard of the human microbiome - the collection of viruses, bacteria, and fungi that play a pivotal role in our health and cognitive functioning. Also called the microbiota, we've long assumed that the microbiome consists of microbes that reside along our gastrointestinal tract - and more recently, on our skin. That's logical enough; microbes live on our interfaces with the outside world. Conversely, there are certain areas in the human body that are assumed to be sterile, aka free of microbes, like the eye and the womb. However, advances in analytical techniques enabled researchers to recently identify the placental microbiome1 and eye microbiome2 that are present in healthy people. That's pretty cool, but there definitely couldn't be microbes in our brains, the most protected area of our bodies, right?

A head-turning poster3 at the November 2018 Society for Neuroscience scientific conference called into question the assumption of the brain as a sterile, bacteria-free zone. A team of researchers from The University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB), led by Professor Rosalinda Roberts, showed high-resolution microscope images of mouse and human brains that depicted bacteria happily residing in astrocytes, star-shaped brain cells that interact with and support neurons.

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