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Study finds increased risk of anaphylaxis and heart issues in older adolescents after second COVID vaccination

Summarised by Centrist 

A study conducted by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has revealed a higher risk of anaphylaxis, swollen lymph nodes, and heart inflammation in older adolescents who receive two doses of mRNA COVID vaccines. 

The study involved nearly 500,000 adolescents aged 13-19, unvaccinated before official vaccine approval for this age group. 

Within 14 days of the second dose, there was a tenfold increase in the risk of anaphylaxis, an over 130% greater risk of swollen glands, and nearly 430% increase in myo- and pericarditis cases. 

Despite these safety concerns, severe post-infection outcomes were found to be rare among vaccinated adolescents. 

Read more over at Children’s Health Defense

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