Covid Vaccinations Can Cause Heart Disease and Other Non-Communicable Diseases


eMediNexus    26 January 2023

According to a study published in the journal MDPI, although COVID-19 vaccines are saving lives, serious side effects, including inflammation in the heart, have been reported after vaccinations, along with other premature non-communicable diseases (NCDs). However, new research now claims the reported adverse events are few in number. The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that COVID has caused more than 850 million illnesses and over 6.6 million deaths worldwide.


The new SARS-CoV-2 variations′ reduced pathogenicity is currently lowering the death rate, although "delivery of more than 12.8 billion vaccine doses globally" is the main cause of the lower death rates. The researchers pointed out that it is necessary to investigate severe adverse events for premature metabolic, mental, and neurological disorders; cardiovascular, renal, and autoimmune diseases; and reproductive health issues detected after COVID-19 vaccinations and whether these are causal or incidental.


Furthermore, when formulating plans for the prevention and treatment of negative side effects, it′s important to take pre-existing conditions in vaccine recipients into account. Diabetes and hyperglycemia are associated with a worse prognosis in individuals with COVID-19, as well as inducing a new start or exacerbating pre-existing diabetes. On the other hand, the advantages of COVID-19 vaccinations outweigh the dangers in the setting of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs).


The study noted that the risk of myocarditis and hospitalization was significantly lower in the group of vaccine recipients than in COVID-19 patients who had not received the vaccine.


In terms of neurological issues, mass immunizations have shown that those who receive the COVID-19 vaccine have a significantly lower risk of developing serious neurological issues than those who test positive for COVID-19.  


(Source: https://www.daijiworld.com/news/newsDisplay?newsID=1043322 )

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