CORAL SPRINGS, FL, June 29, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Health Briefs will take a look at alternative delivery systems for vaccines and medications that would be less invasive and less terrifying to recipients. The truth is, children are not the only ones who are needle-phobic. The fear of hypodermic needles has kept many a person from getting vaccines, giving blood samples and receiving needed treatments. Vaccines have been delivered via a nasal spray since 2003. This new delivery system may have another, possibly unintended, benefit. There have been a lot of frightening reports of vaccines causing the very disease they're meant to protect against. Also, the fear of contracting autism has kept many from taking shots for this purpose. The fact is, it's not always the vaccine formula that causes problems, but the medium it comes in for injection purposes. Reports abound that the vaccine medium contains formaldehyde or other preservatives, and even mercury. When delivered via a nasal spray, chances are such chemicals would not likely be used. All we need is transparency regarding what chemicals are contained in the nasal spray.
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