Comments on “Being in a good mood when getting flu shot boosts its effectiveness, study finds”

  1. bunky says:
    09/26/2017 at 6:50 PM

    Because a good mood is about as effective on the flu as a flu shot.

  2. I Celebrate Caliber Diversity says:
    09/26/2017 at 7:11 PM

    Also known as a placebo.

    1. cranialdoc says:
      09/26/2017 at 7:16 PM

      Placebo being the flu shotbecause it is garbage. And a good mood elevates ones immune system. More garbage , fake science from the idiots trying to sell their snake oil called a vaccine.

      1. muppey says:
        09/26/2017 at 10:26 PM

        It’s really a modern form of voodoo.

  3. cranialdoc says:
    09/26/2017 at 7:20 PM

    This is just too easy. Can the writers of this fake science really believe their own nonsense. A good mood effects the immune system in a positive fashion., period. So a good mood in combination with rubbing dog poo into your belly or carrying a lucky rabbits foot in your left rear pocket button actually improves the immune system. There’s 4 minutes of my life I’ll never get back. Please educate me more on your nonsense science. Retards.

    1. muppey says:
      09/26/2017 at 10:19 PM

      Sticking a dried up pig stick in your ear increases your range of thought too.

  4. warpsix says:
    09/26/2017 at 7:29 PM

    Don’t know about that but it hurts a lot more if you have a stiff arm while getting the shot.

  5. Sam Wise says:
    09/26/2017 at 7:36 PM

    Flu vaccines contain poison and cause cancer, just like all vaccines.
    How? Vaccines weaken immune system with toxic ingredients.
    And, Vaccines are made with puss, some use pig puss, cow puss, chick puss, monkey puss, even aborted human baby puss. There are viruses in each of these puss mediums which are too small to be filtered out, and so you get the viruses injected into you, and many of these viruses are known to cause cancer.
    Vaccination is a population control effort. But don’t believe this lowly commenter.
    The vice president of British Children’s Cancer Hospital has already stated the chief cause in increase of cancers is due to VACCINATIONS.
    There is no such thing as viruses free vaccine, but they do include many toxic ingredients.
    Google “wiki list of vaccine ingredients” and read the items included in each vaccine, then see if you want those toxins injected into you or your children. Formaldehyde and mercury (aka thimerosal) are typically included. Also ask doctor or nurse or clueless person that injects you for the vaccine INSERT. Its a thin folded paper that lists all the side effects, all bad, even deadly.
    FYI: US Healthcare system is No. 3 cause of death due to mistakes. No. 4 cause of death is pharma drugs side effects – Not as rare as pharma TV commercials claim.

    1. muppey says:
      09/26/2017 at 10:17 PM

      Wise Sam, Don’t forget to let your kids roll around in the mud and stuff. These pampered pu…’s have a real problem with letting their little androids go out the backyard and let them get dirty. That’s how a kid gets used to this world. Puss…gross me out dude…but I believe what you said because, been there.
      My wifes grandkid is the most pampered “gushy” kid I’ve ever known and his mom still…ain’t gonna say it, but uses charmin on him because he’s only 6 years old. Gross!
      Can’t say what I want to but you’ve got the brains to fill in the rest.

  6. WestTexasRose says:
    09/26/2017 at 7:57 PM

    What a crock. A “good mood” is a natural boost to your immune system! The flu shot is never the right combination at the right time for the “flu.” Eat right, exercise, and keep a positive attitude. Avoid the poison that they attempt to pump into your system.

    1. muppey says:
      09/26/2017 at 10:09 PM

      A good mood is not having anyone bitching at you…she just wants to “cuddle” for about 4-6-8 hours, depending on her mood.
      Maybe music, maybe wine, maybe a puff, but nooo government experts.

  7. AnySmarterIdRunLinux says:
    09/26/2017 at 8:13 PM

    Only studying those who received the flu shot ensures that the credit goes to the flu shot. Good diet and being happy as effective as a flu shot? Can’t have that, now can we.

  8. Guest says:
    09/26/2017 at 8:45 PM

    My DOCTOR told me to never get the flu shot. He’s a amazing MD who isn’t wined and dined by pharma companies. He said it’s a guess everywhere (as to the strain) when then formulate it, it still has mercury, and the ingredients in any vaccines are something to be concerned about. He practiced in the 80s when many people had vaccine reactions and it was widely accepted they were not safe for everyone.

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  10. muppey says:
    09/26/2017 at 10:06 PM

    My good feeling is that the flu shot gave me the flu for 2-3 years in a row. It was offered free of charge and I developed p nomia. The next year I told the good witch doctor to shoot herself in the ass with it. Haven’t had the flu since I stopped accepting the voodoo crap.
    Go ahead and take one…I dare you. My old time doc took care of me through the pee nomia, but he was forced into retirement because he didn’t want to download all his “patients” info to the computer.
    What the hell is a “patient”?

    I think I see a “Chink in one’s armor – Wikipedia”

    Learning experience for all of you who have gotten lost in the Games. From Google:

    able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.
    “be patient, your time will come” (Addendum by The Wood Chopper: Die if you like but don’t say you were not warned.)

  11. Neptus 9 says:
    09/27/2017 at 3:57 PM

    Now I’ve heard everything.
    Does this work for all vaccines?

  12. Su3mb says:
    09/28/2017 at 2:27 AM

    How about this . . . A good mood lowers your risk of getting the flu?

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