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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Only 1 person out of 100 that gets a flu shot will benefit maybe

Only 1 person out of 100 that gets a flu shot will benefit.

(Keep this in mind before you waste your time doing what the gov tells you to do. There is no evidence published that the flu shot does ANYTHING for the elderly. The only way the flu shot will work is you must treat 33% out of 100 people when the flu shot strain is well matched and 100 people of 100 people when it is not.

So the effectivness of the flu shot depends not only on the match of the virus strain and the flu shot but also how many other people get the flu shot. The flu shot is a total gamble.

This year the CDC flu shot gamble was NOT WELL MATCHED so the "flu shot" is TOTALLY USELESS. The flu shot does not make you any less likely to develop complications of the flu.

You are actually more at risk by getting a "flu shot" because of side effects of the shot. This risk is higher than any benefit of the flu shot.)
Story Reports
Vaccination is a highly polarized and controversial issue. However, in the case of the flu shot, the evidence is relatively straightforward. Several large reviews have been published in the prestigious Cochrane Library on the efficacy of influenza vaccine in various populations. It’s difficult to reconcile the almost hysterical promotion of the flu shot by medical “authorities” with the results of these studies, as you’ll learn when you listen to this episode. I hope this radio show clarifies what the scientific literature actually says about influenza vaccine and helps you to make an informed decision for yourself and your family.

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....... ....... Listen to pod cast and read transcript below: The Truth About Flu Shots (and What to do Instead)

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Use This To See A Map Of Everywhere Google Knows You've Been

Use This Trick To See A Map Of Everywhere Google Knows You've Been
Steven Tweedie
Use This Trick To See A Map Of Everywhere Google Knows You've Been
If you have a Gmail account or use any of Google’s apps, there’s a good chance Google has some of your location data stored in its systems.

Luckily, there’s an easy way to see exactly what Google knows about where you’ve been, and you can even see a map of past locations you’ve visited.

This all depends on whether you’ve enabled two settings tied to your Google account: location reporting and location history. Of course Google lets you turn these settings off at any time, and even offers step-by-step instructions.

But you’re interested in seeing what’s already been recorded.

First, sign in to whichever Gmail or Google account you use the most.

Head on over to this little-known Google Maps website

You could see some data points pop up immediately or you might see nothing; it all depends on if and when your phone recorded your location for apps such as Google Maps.

The easiest way to thoroughly search your location history is to change the “Show” ticker from 1 Day to 30 Days, which will let you see all of your location data by the month. You can then work backward by the month until you start to see the red data points and lines pop up.
Google knows everywhere you have been unless you have disabled location reporting and location history in your google account.
Google apps etc share this information with other apps.
I'm Being Followed: How Google—and 104 Other Companies—Are Tracking Me on the Web