COVID vaccines: Peer-reviewed study links shots to multiple health issues

AuthorY Rabinovitz
Published date02 March 2023
Publication titleIsrael National News (Israel)
Researchers studied new diagnoses given to people before and after they were vaccinated to see whether the shots altered the likelihood of new health problems

They found that people were around 21 percent more likely to receive a new diagnosis in the three months following a shot compared to the three months prior. Given the number of people who have received the injections, potentially tens of millions of people across the world are now dealing with health issues that they most likely would not have experienced had they remained unvaccinated.

The health issues identified as most likely to crop up following COVID vaccination included hypertension (25 percent more likely to be diagnosed), depression, eczema, diabetes, and cellulitis (between 10 and 20...

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