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What's behind the worldwide drop in birth rates, nine months after the vaccination rollouts to younger people?

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A number of commentators have recently posted articles on significant falls around the world in reported live births during the first months of 2022.

"Jikkyleaks" posted Germany's figures.


"Making Waves" posted Japan's.

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US government to distribute monkeypox vaccines

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The monkeypox virus is seen in colored electron-microscope capture.
The White House is set to hand out nearly 2 million monkeypox vaccines in the coming months, beginning with an initial phase of around 300,000 doses as part of a new national strategy against the potentially dangerous virus.

The White House announced the strategy on Tuesday, noting that 56,000 vaccine doses would be allocated immediately, followed by 240,000 additional shots "over the coming weeks." Another 1.6 million doses will be made available later this year.

"The vaccine strategy will help immediately address the spread of the virus by providing vaccines across the country to individuals at high risk," the White House said, adding that the first leg of the plan "aims to rapidly deploy vaccines in the most affected communities and mitigate the spread of the disease."

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Objective:Health: What is a Woman? Documentary Review

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Wikipedia says "A woman is an adult female human." So if even a propaganda outfit like them can get it right, why is it that Matt Walsh, in his new documentary 'What is a Woman?' have such trouble getting a straight answer out of people?

On today's episode of Objective:Health, we do an in-depth review of the documentary and talk about many of the contentious issues brought up in the film. At the center of the film is a look into the twisted ideology of transgenderism which is currently infecting the US and beyond. We look into the ideological brainwashing of children, who are being lead to make decisions about life-altering surgeries and hormone treatments, women and girls being forced to compete against biological men in athletics and the invasion of biological men into women-only spaces. We even go into the history of this ideology and the personality-disordered individuals who we can thank for it.

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we take a deep dive into the documentary 'What is a Woman?'


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Death rates from Covid are lower than ever before despite recent surge in cases, analysis reveals

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Experts say there is little need to fear a recent surge in cases as fewer than one in 3,000 infected people now dies from coronavirus – with the rate even lower for the vaccinated.
Death rates from Covid are lower than ever, according to analysis carried out for The Mail on Sunday.

Experts say there is little need to fear a recent surge in cases as fewer than one in 3,000 infected people now dies from coronavirus - with the rate even lower for the vaccinated.

The analysis of official data by Oxford University shows the 'infection fatality rate' has dropped about 30-fold since the pandemic began due to a combination of vaccine protection and naturally acquired infection.

Comment: Covid is dying, but they still want you vaccinated and afraid. Why else would an article like this tell us there's nothing to worry about followed by a list of things to worry about?

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'Nature' study finds serious heart inflammation 44 TIMES higher after Covid vaccination

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The risk of being hospitalised with heart inflammation is up to 44 times higher following Covid vaccination, a study in Nature has found.

The study, which examined the vaccination status of all 1,612 hospital cases of myocarditis and 1,613 hospital cases of pericarditis in France between May 12th and October 31st 2021, found that the risk of being hospitalised with myocarditis was 8.1 times higher in the week following a Pfizer second dose (95% confidence interval [CI], 6.7 to 9.9) and 30 times higher following a Moderna second dose (CI, 21 to 43).

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Covid Vaccines and Fertility

Covid vaccination and monthly live births in Switzerland
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Covid vaccination and monthly live births in Switzerland.
Why is there a substantial decrease in births in Germany and Switzerland - nine months after the beginning of covid mass vaccinations?

Do covid vaccines influence male or female fertility?

An Israeli study recently published in the scientific journal Andrology seemed to have found a 15% decrease in sperm concentration three months after mRNA covid vaccination. The authors argued the decrease was temporary, but the data didn't actually show a recovery, just a wider confidence interval. However, the study was very small (just 37 participants), it had no control group (to exclude external effects), and several other studies found no such decrease in sperm concentration - some even found a supposed increase, highlighting the complexity of such measurements.

Thus, contrary to claims by some covid vaccine skeptics, the recent Israeli study didn't prove that covid mRNA vaccination reduces sperm concentration or quality. In fact, there is currently no strong evidence showing such an effect. On the other hand, a covid infection may temporarily impact sperm quality, but this is not unexpected after any infection or disease.

That being said, new birth data out of Germany and Switzerland raises some serious questions. Specifically, both countries recorded a consistent 10% to 15% decrease (compared to expectations) in monthly births from January to March/April 2022 (the latest available data) - that is, precisely nine months after the beginning of covid mass vaccination in the general population in April/May 2021 (see charts above and below).

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NEJM paper falsely claims babies are at "high risk" from COVID-19 to justify vaccinating pregnant women

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I subscribe to a publication called MedpageToday. This is an excellent way to follow what is going on in the mainstream medical discussion, not least to understand better what is wrong with it.

This week it published a piece on the benefits to infants from vaccination during pregnancy, reported in a study published in NEJM on June 22nd (with a linked editorial about how vaccination during pregnancy is "two for the price of one"). In the introduction, the study authors make the following claim: "Infants younger than six months of age are at high risk for complications of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)."

This came as a surprise, so I checked the source they cite in support of this statement. In short, the source tells us nothing about risk of hospitalisation from contracting COVID-19. All it tells us is the number of hospitalised infants over time per 100,000 in the population, which shows that early January this year, during a surge of Omicron infections, there was of course also a spike in infant hospitalisations; if we look at the general trends we see this in all age-groups. This has nothing to do with the hospitalisation risk of infection at all.

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Too weak to walk. 5-year-olds in nappies: The lost children of lockdown

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We all know they suffered during Covid. But this landmark Mail investigation reveals it's only now that the true devastating toll is starting to show - and it's the poorest who are hardest hit

From the way she gently coaxes her little girl into smart new trainers, it's clear that Chloe is a caring mother. And as someone who wants the best for her children, she has concerns about the development of both Jordon, six, and Mia, four.

Waving an exercise book at me, the pages covered in squiggles, Chloe, 24, a single mother who lives on the outskirts of Norwich, explains: 'Jordon's teacher wants him to write a poem. But he's so far behind, he doesn't even know what a full stop is!'

Then she glances down at her daughter, crouched at her feet, arms wrapped around her mother's calves. 'My youngest is so clingy, I'm having to send her to reception with her dummy to keep her calm.'

Comment: This is typical of British state 'conservatism' - a cruel mix of accurately reporting social ills, but always leaving out the government's role in creating successive generations of autistic or otherwise damaged people. The lockdowns had an atrocious effect on current young generations, certainly, and it was a condensed form of what government has been causing for decades: dependence on government and thus lack of proper human development.


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Almost half of world's rivers contaminated by drugs - study

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Some 44% of the planet's waterways contain high levels of pharmaceuticals, a new study claims.

A shocking 43.5% of the world's waterways are contaminated with drugs, according to a research team who published their findings on Wednesday in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

Led by the University of York's Alejandra Bouzas-Monroy, the researchers analyzed 1,052 samples across 104 countries and found 23 separate pharmaceutical compounds at levels exceeding those considered "safe." These included antidepressants, antihistamines, benzodiazepines, painkillers, and stimulants.

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WHO gives update on mysterious child hepatitis outbreak

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Hepatitis in children
The number of reported probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown origin in children has more than tripled in a month, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement on Friday.

The number of cases has risen to 920 worldwide, up from 270 in the organization's previous report late last month.

The actual number may be even higher, the WHO said.

The outbreak was initially detected in early April when Britain reported ten cases of mysterious hepatitis in previously healthy children under the age of 10.

Comment: There's no mystery here. Unusual cases of hepatitis correlated with recent Covid vaccination have been noted for a while.