Responsibility For Your Own Heath
Time to Take Responsibility For Your Own Heath
This is the bottom line. Full health with interest and personal information can be easily chosen to support certain views. We need to question government and expert statements. They don’t always know what’s best for your health even if they are meaningful.
People who are especially responsible for your health are you. You are best placed to make decisions about your health based on your own situation. There was a tendency for the past 30 years to see the government as the main responsibility for our health. This is seen in a call for the government to “do something” about problems such as obesity and smoking but two.
Personally I don’t have much faith in the recommendation of the government department and some “experts” they do. Regular readers will get used to my view of the response to the emergence of the H1N1 virus (swine flu) and how the billions of dollars are wasted and fear that does not need to be produced. It turns out that many of the experts recommend bulk vaccination populations have financial ties to producers.
Now there is an urge to vaccinate a boy against H.P.V. virus. This vaccine has been approved for use in girls. Meanwhile, it has been promoted as a vaccine against cervical cancer, in fact the vaccine of the four types of viruses, involved in the development of cervical cancer. The urge to extend the use has come from the manufacturer (like their commercial) but it is easy to prepare fear when someone plays a cancer card in any health story. At this point rational assessment can come out the window.
Against this background of two circulars from the government’s health department crossed my desk in the same week. The first of W.A. The health department is about plans to get women who miss the third dose of H.P.V. vaccine to have it. The dosage schedule is zero, two and six months.
This is from the circle “while the optimal schedule is to manage Gardasil * at 0.2 and 6 months, Australian medical officers have stated that pending administrations especially from the third dose are expected to provide superior immunity in the most comparable and most likely responses …”