The American Heart Association Journal recently published a study that suggests mRNA-vaccines may be contributing to heart issues among certain young adults and teens, CBN reports.
The Journal cited 16 cases between January 2021-February 2022, where young adults and adolescents experienced Myocarditis after receiving a COVID vaccine.
A rare condition, Myocarditis involves a weakening of the heart muscles that can result in chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue and swelling of the lower limbs.
The study is uncertain why the mRNA vaccines would contribute to this problem.
It falls in line with research conducted by Florida’s Department of Health which revealed there has been an 84% increase in cardiac events among 18-39 year old males, that may be associated with the vaccines.