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Covid Vaccine made from insect moth cells? Fluoridated water lowers IQ in Children

The new Covid-19 booster vaccine called Nuvaxoid is made from insect moth cells.  It seems most Americans are tired of the never ending recommendations of covid booster shots.  Only 2% of the population has opted to receive the latest booster.  The most common concern expressed is people are worried about vaccine side effects and the vaccine’s ability to protect from the virus.  Recommendations are that high risk individuals receive as many as 7 booster shots since 2021. High risk individuals, according to the recommendations include the elderly, obesity and people with pre-existing health conditions.

Research shows that in townships that have fluoridated drinking water, children have a 7 point lower IQ average than townships that do not fluoridate their water.  In addition, our food supply continues to be a source of toxic exposures that include a wide range of herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics and food additives of questionable safety.  The US Department of Housing estimate that as many as 24 million homes built before 1978 contain lead which is a strong neurotoxin known to cause cognitive and behavioral deficits.

Studies show that fewer pregnant women are willing to accept the medical recommendation that they receive the covid-19 vaccine.  In 2022, only 27% of pregnant women were administered the vaccine.  The CDC continues to recommend the covid vaccine during pregnancy despite their own study that shows a higher risk of miscarriage (the same with the flu shot).  In addition, it is also recommended that seniors receive the vaccine even though there is an increased risk of stroke when given the flu shot at the same time, which is a very common practice.  One last concern is the recommendation that children ages 2-5 receive the covid shot even though there is a higher risk of seizures following the injection and children on average have an innate immunity that naturally prevents them from having severe covid-19

Chiropractic care for TMJ syndrome.  In most cases of non- traumatic Temporal Mandibular Joint Syndrome ( your jaw joint), symptomatic relief can come from an adjustment of the jaw joints.  Chiropractors will check for a fixated (stuck) TMJ  and make the correction with a specific, low force,  gentle adjustment.  Occasional, soft tissue massage on the TMJ is needed as well.


Dr J. Zimmerman, Chiropractor Dr. Zimmerman is a practicing chiropractor from Galloway, NJ with 30 years of chiropractic practice.

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