NEWS DAY | Jon Stewart explains H1N1, vaccination

Stewart looked at the vaccination debate last night, asking “Is the vaccine a deadly poison, and will we have enough of it?” He concluded that the arguments for getting vaccinated against H1N1 are to protect against a potentially deadly disease and to protect those around you from infection. And the arguments against getting the shot, says Stewart, are … the government is out to get you and so is science.

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For a slightly more nuanced view, see the MN Department of Health flu website or call their new flu hotline at 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903.


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Mary Turck (maryturck [at] gmail [dot] com) is a freelance writer, editor, teacher, and lifelong activist, and former editor of the TC Daily Planet.