Vaccine-Related Heart Inflammation in Teens Explodes Following FDA Approval


Myocarditis cases, commonly known as heart inflammation, have increased in teenagers across the U.S. following the FDA’s approval of vaccines for youth.

Not only have cases increased in the U.S, but in other numbers as well. 100 Ontario boys were hospitalized due to heart problems linked to the vaccines.

Mainstream European news sources are drawing the link between the vaccines and heart inflammation. The European Medicines Agency confirmed that these side effects are more common in young men.

One of the many sad U.S. examples comes from a healthy student athlete, Ron Stallings, who posted a video from his hospital room to his Instagram account. His video warns the unvaccinated about the potential risks from the vaccine.

Stallings warns, “I’m in the hospital right now with heart complications from the COVID-19 vaccine. I want to inform as many people as I can about the risks from taking the vaccine that I wish someone would have told me. I’m a Division 1 student athlete with no prior health issues and I got the second COVID shot Tuesday, and within four days I have been diagnosed with myocarditis and was told that I probably won’t be able to play my senior season now.”

Studies show that boys are 14x more likely to experience vaccine-related heart issues than girls. The Pfizer vaccine, which is FDA approved for children 16 and up, and is also available for emergency use for those under 12 was only approved in August.


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