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This is all you need to know about the "unexplained" surge in sudden deaths:

"If the sudden deaths we're seeing were occurring in the unvaccinated, this would be on every news channel 24/7. But it's not."

"The employed of our country are dropping dead and getting disabled at a rate that is beyond the general population. I blame the vaccines. If it's not that, then what is it?

And why aren't we talking about it?"

Healthy Young People Are Dying Suddenly and Unexpectedly From a Mysterious Syndrome, Could it be Pestilence By Kill Shots

Watchman Sees Mass People Dropping Dead and Getting Disabled at a Rate That Is Beyond the General Population! "Tribulation in Play! You can thank Bill Gates. Google et al.

Watchman Witnesses Mass Deaths and Disability at a Rate Higher Than the General Population! "Tribulation is underway! You may thank Bill Gates. Google and others. They hide the truth!

People under the age of 40 should get their hearts tested since they may be at risk for Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.

The syndrome, known as SADS, has killed a wide range of people, regardless of whether they live a fit and healthy lifestyle.

According to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, SADS is a 'umbrella term to explain sudden fatalities in young people' that most typically occur in people under the age of 40.

People under the age of 40 are being urged to get their hearts tested because they may be at risk for Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS).

The word is used when a post-mortem examination cannot reveal an obvious cause of death.

According to the US-based SADS Foundation, one of the top two warning signals is present in more than half of the 4,000 yearly SADS deaths of children, teens, or young adults.

Those indicators include a family history of SADS or a sudden, unexplained death of a family member, as well as fainting or seizures after exercise or when stimulated or frightened, according to news.com.au.

Catherine Keane, 31, died in her sleep last year while living in Dublin with two friends.

Catherine Keane (shown right with her mother, Margherita), 31, was discovered dead in her sleep while living with two friends in Dublin last year.

Her mother, Margherita Cummins, told the Irish Mirror, 'They were all working from home, so no one really paid attention when Catherine didn't come downstairs for breakfast.

'They sent her a text at 11.20 a.m., and when she did not respond, they checked her room and discovered she had died.

'Her buddy heard a commotion in her room around 3.56 a.m. and believes that is when she died.

Ms. Cummins said her daughter 'went to the gym and walked 10,000 steps every day'.

'I am relieved that she went to bed without suffering. I was always concerned about the children driving in the car, but I never imagined this coming. I never imagined I'd lose a child in my life.

According to a representative for Melbourne's Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, around 750 persons under the age of 50 in Victoria have their hearts suddenly stop (cardiac arrest) each year. (shown, a woman with chest pain)

Melbourne's Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is creating the country's first SADS registry.

According to a representative, roughly 750 persons under 50 in Victoria experience sudden cardiac arrest each year.

'Of these, roughly 100 young people each year will have no cause discovered, even after rigorous investigations such as a full autopsy (the SADS phenomenon).

Dr. Elizabeth Paratz, a cardiologist and researcher, stated that Baker's registry was the first in the country and one of just a handful in the world to incorporate ambulance, hospital, and forensics information.

'(It allows you to see) folks who have had cardiac arrests and no cause has been established on the back end,' Dr. Paratz explained.

She feels the probable lack of awareness stems from the fact that "much of it occurs outside of traditional medical settings."

Cardiologist and researcher Dr Elizabeth Paratz (pictured) said from a public health standpoint, addressing SADS was 'not as easy as everyone in Australia getting genetically checked' because scientists were still not 100 percent clear on 'what genes cause this'.

'The majority of these SADS episodes, 90 percent, occur outside the hospital—the person does not make it—so the bulk of these patients are really cared for by ambulance workers and forensics,' Dr. Paratz stated.

'I believe even doctors underestimate it. We only see 10% of those who survive and reach the hospital. We can only see the tip of the iceberg.

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