From A Voice for Choice Advocacy <[email protected]>
Subject [AVFCA] February Article Summary and Weekly AVFCA Update
Date March 4, 2024 3:00 PM
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AVFCA Weekly Update
And AVFCA February Blog Posts!

This week's video summary includes information on a bill making its way through the West Virginia legislature that would instate a Religious Exemption for School Vaccine Mandates in school. This would be another big win for religoius freedoms and on the path to giving children the ability to go to school without having to be vaccinated. This will also impact the momentum of the lawsuit AVFCA is sponsoring to instate a religious exemption in California. More information about this bill, as well as some other topics can be watched here:

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In case you missed our past few articles published in February by A Voice for Choice Advocacy writers, links are below...Be sure to sign up for AVFCA's Substack to get these weekly articles [link removed] [[link removed]] or check our Blog [link removed] [[link removed]] .

[[link removed]] Tattoo Ink: Mislabeled, Minimally Regulated, and Permanent - Is There Cause for Concern?

New research from Binghamton University published in February 2024 shows an alarmingly high number of mislabeled tattoo ink samples. Apparently what’s in the actual ink is different from what the ingredients list. Highlighted in this variance are pigments and additives. Included are heavy hitters: polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, and 2-phenoxyethanol. Health risks include organ damage and harm to nursing babies.

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[[link removed]] FDA Approves Lexapro (SSRI Pharmaceutical) for Kids Ages Seven and Older

The approved age to be prescribed Lexapro has decreased from 12 to 7 for children diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). The FDA calls the drug “safe,” but that is questionable. It’s linked to a host of health risks, including increased rates of suicide. Learn as much as you can to make a highly-informed decision.

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[[link removed]] Artificial vs. Natural Turf: Organically-Managed Grass Is the Healthier Option

Who would have known there’d be choices to make when it comes to the grass you sit on. Not to mention, the grass your kids tumble around in at the local park and school playground. It’s yet another area where your awareness is called upon. Follow the research to learn and make informed decisions about artificial turf, conventionally-treated grass, and soil-rich, organically-managed grass.

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[[link removed]] A Beginner’s Reference to Understanding and Restoring Balance to Your Lymphatic System

Your lymphatic system is critical in maintaining your health. It acts as a “filtration system,” moving out bacteria, fungi, and viruses. It also significantly influence on the level of your immunity—however weak or strong. Yet this structure of biology and function of physiology often takes a back seat to other systems: digestive, cardiovascular (of which the lymphatic system is actually a part of), and reproductive.

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[[link removed]] Using Hydrogen Water Tablets to Boost Immunity and Enhance Cellular Stability

Exploring the use(s) of hydrogen water (H2) for specific health aliments as well as general immune support and cellular balance. Shown to have unique protective qualities to tame free radicals and prevent oxidative stress. Supplementing with H2 has a place among newly-emerging research for health and well-being.

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During February, AVFCA brought awareness to specific observance days by sharing our original stories that matched these themes:

National Fasting February: “Intermittent Fasting: A Beginner’s Reference”
Intermittent fasting (IF) has gained in popularity over the past few years. It can be extremely effective for reversing insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes, as well as helpful for weight loss. IF is a centuries-old spiritual practice, giving your organs a chance to rest, and insulin a time to come into balance. Caution should be given to how you fast, in collaboration with your integrative healthcare practitioner. [link removed] [[link removed]]

Our team also reads hundreds of articles each week, and those of interest are shared on our social media platforms. However, once or twice a week, our team reads an article that is profound or shares a perspective that is new or from an expert that AVFCA feels should be highlighted. These articles are shared on our Substack.

For those new to A Voice for Choice Advocacy, here is a summary of our platforms and the information we put out. AVFCA thanks you for your continued support, and want to invite you to join us as we expand in a number of ways to continue fighting for medical freedom of choice and informed consent for all.

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Follow for a first look at weekly blogs, event briefs and news, and follow our journey of advocating for health rights and informed consent for all in the California legislature and beyond. Join in with our weekly hashtags: #NoMedicalMandateMondays, #ToxinsOutTuesdays, and #FactoidFridays

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Find in-depth videos on informative topics such as how to lobby local elected officials and check out Q & A’s from A Voice for Choice Advocacy Founder Christina Hildebrand.
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Together we can make change happen!

Christina Hildebrand
A Voice for Choice Advocacy, Inc.
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