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Deaths after vaccination in Pfizer trial not fully investigated, new documents reveal

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Three participants in the Pfizer Covid vaccine trial died shortly after vaccination and their deaths were not fully investigated, it has been revealed.

The revelations come in a report from Pfizer released on July 1st by court order as part of the documents which the U.S. FDA relied on to grant emergency use authorisation for the Pfizer vaccine in December 2020. They add to worries that adverse effects of the vaccine in the clinical trials were not properly documented, giving a potentially misleading picture of the drug's safety.

One of the deceased participants, a 56-year-old woman known as subject #10071101, was given two doses of the vaccine on July 30th and August 20th 2020 and died from a cardiac arrest two months later. In Pfizer's report on the participant it says:
In the opinion of the investigator, there was no reasonable possibility that the cardiac arrest was related to the study intervention of clinical trial procedures, as the death occurred two months after receiving Dose 2. Pfizer concurred with the investigator's causality assessment.
However, it's not clear how the investigator and Pfizer can be so sure the death was unrelated to the vaccine when there was no autopsy and no thorough medical assessment. As Sonia Elijah, who has analysed the report and summarised parts of it for Trial Site News, comments:


Guitarist who lost 8 fingers after J&J vaccine tells RFK, Jr.: People have to be held accountable

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On July 9, 2021, Jeff Diamond, a professional musician, vocal instructor and backup guitarist, got the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine.

About a week later, Diamond was found unconscious in his apartment, He was taken to a local hospital in Minnesota, where he remained in a coma for three weeks.

Pervasive blood clots — a known side effect of the J&J vaccine — had shut down his kidneys and other organs. The condition caused doctors to amputate eight of his fingers, without his knowledge or consent, while he was still in a coma.


Doctors push hard for child vaccination despite their own research showing it is unnecessary

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According to a study recently published in the Paediatric Infectious Disease Journal, the risk of COVID-19 to children is truly minuscule. The study tracks the outcomes for Icelandic children with a positive COVID-19 test, covering all the children who tested positive during the study period. It concludes that out of the 1,749 children tracked, none had severe symptoms and no child needed hospitalisation. A fifth of the children showed no symptoms.

It is curious, then, that when Icelandic health authorities decided to offer COVID-19 vaccination to 5-11 year-old children earlier this year, two of the four study authors were among the most vocal advocates of the policy.

At the time, the health risks related to COVID-19 vaccines were becoming increasingly clear, with the rate of reported serious adverse effects in Iceland 75-fold the rate for flu vaccines in 2019. The French Medical Academy had recommended against vaccinating healthy young children, Swedish authorities had decided not to offer them vaccination and the JCVI had recommended against it. But Icelandic authorities decided to go ahead with an organised campaign.

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Pig organ transplants inch closer with testing in the dead

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New York researchers transplanted pig hearts into two brain-dead people over the last month, the latest in a string of developments in the long quest to one day save human lives with animal organs.

The experiments announced Tuesday come after a historic but failed attempt earlier this year to use a pig's heart to save a dying Maryland man — sort of a rehearsal before scientists try again in the living.

Among the lessons: Practice with the deceased is important.

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Objective:Health: The Vast Importance of Proper Breathing

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Breath work has been gaining more and more popularity in many circles of late, and it's not just the New Age crowd. Many researchers are coming forward touting the science on the multiple benefits of proper breathing and breathing exercises.

While it may seem hard to believe, being conscious of how we breathe, which is usually thought of as something we don't have to think about, can help with everything from stress management to overall health to proper sleep (and a great deal in between).

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Missouri swimmer infected with rare brain-eating amoeba, first case ever discovered in Iowa

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A Missourian more than likely contracted a brain-eating amoeba at the beach at the Lake of the Three Fires in Iowa (pictured) sometime in June and is now in the ICU. The lake is temporarily closed while the CDC does testing
A Missouri resident is hospitalized in intensive care after being infected with a rare brain-eating amoeba that likely happened after swimming in a southeastern Iowa lake, health officials said Friday.

The Iowa Department of Health and Human Services has shut down the beach at Lake of Three Fires State Park in Taylor County after the person was diagnosed with primary amebic meningoencephalitis, a rare and usually fatal infection caused by the Naegleria fowleri amoeba.

"The closure is a precautionary response to a confirmed infection of Naegleria fowleri in a Missouri resident with recent potential exposure while swimming at the beach," according to a release from Iowa health officials.

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Chile: Higher Vaccination Rate Than UK, Large Spike in Excess Mortality

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Chile is known to be the most economically developed country in Latin America, with a GDP per capita of $28,500 - about the same as Bulgaria. It's therefore not surprising the country's vaccine rollout proceeded rapidly. As a matter of fact, by mid June of last year, the country had double-vaccinated a greater share of the population than the U.K. or U.S.

Comment: The same scenario is happening in Singapore also. Excess mortality after a mass vaccination campaign in the country.

The research in the UK showed that, not only is there is no efficacy of the vaccine against COVID, but it actually increased the risk of getting a severe form of the infection.

A vaccine effectiveness of minus-100% means the vaccinated are twice as likely to be infected than the unvaccinated.

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Cold or hot shower before bed: Which is better for sleep?

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For many people, a shower or bath in the evening is a way to wash off the day, both literally and figuratively.

Besides signaling your body that the day is over and it's time to wind down, water immersion can affect your core body temperature. And because core body temperature plays a part in our sleep wake cycle — we naturally experience a drop of around 2-3 degrees Fahrenheit in the evening and during sleep - researchers have begun to study how influencing this natural regulation may affect sleep quality.

So, the question becomes: Which is better, a warm or hot bath or shower before bed, or a cold one?

Here's what the science shows:

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Excess mortality in Sweden and Denmark the same during pandemic despite Sweden refusing lockdown

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Denmark and Sweden took very different approaches. While Denmark imposed mask mandates, closed schools and repeatedly closed so-called 'non-essential' businesses, Sweden imposed hardly any all-encompassing restrictions. Lockdown proponents have accused the Swedish authorities of recklessness and claimed their approach has led to an unnecessary death toll.

But now the numbers are out, and according to two Danish professors, Christian Kanstrup Holm, a virologist and Professor at the University of Aarhus, and Morten Petersen, Professor of Biology at the University of Copenhagen, in an article in the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende on July 8th, excess mortality in 2020 and 2021 was in fact the same in both countries.

In Denmark, harsh restrictions were justified by the need to prevent the breakdown of the healthcare system and the public has generally accepted this justification. The professors' conclusion however is that this justification does not hold: despite very few restrictions in Sweden, the Swedish healthcare system was never even close to breaking down.

Comment: See also: A new WHO report once again proves Sweden right


More than 1.3 million adverse events following COVID vaccines reported to VAERS, CDC data show

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VAERS data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show 1,329,135 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID-19 vaccines, including 29,273 deaths and 241,910 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020, and July 1, 2022.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,329,135 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and July 1, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 14,541 adverse events over the previous week.

VAERS is the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S.

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