In this article, Christina England asks why researchers continue to promote vaccines after discovering a correlation between vaccinations and mental illness. She discusses a 2017 study, “Temporal Association of Certain Neuropsychiatric Disorders Following Vaccination of Children and Adolescents: A Pilot Case–Control Study,” by researchers at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and Yale University School of Medicine.
England notes that while the researchers’ study confirms some correlation between vaccines and the onset of some mental illnesses, the researchers nevertheless reiterated the importance of vaccines, especially with children, throughout the paper. And she also notes that those medical schools mentioned above receive funding from groups closely associated with promoting vaccines.
But if there are any negative of vaccines on people, especially children, shouldn’t we be informed of that? And this is important because nowadays the kids are being given many more vaccines than when I was a kid, and unnecessarily, I think. The practitioners are giving kids as young as only a few months old these vaccines. Kids receive at least 48 doses of vaccines before the age of six.
I am sure there are many people who believe the “settled science” propaganda regarding the “debunked conspiracy theory” of the link between vaccines and some mental disorders, including autism. But here is Sharyl Attkisson who has studied the issue closely. She gives a lot of important information on that, for those who are actually open-minded.
And Health Impact News has a story on an Arizona lawmaker who wants to mandate that parents are fully informed of vaccine ingredients and side effects before kids get vaccines.
The medical establishment does not understand that kids are better off developing their immune systems naturally. The best help for natural immune system development is adequate nutrition, of course.
Sadly, many people are overly faithful in Establishment medicine and don’t like to hear that their vaccines could be causing problems. Other proven contributors to cognitive disorders include the synthetic ingredients, preservatives, additives and food dyes in processed foods, as well as some prescription drugs.
And related to that, another recent article by the Children’s Health Defense Team points out that the myth of “herd immunity” is a false rationale for mandatory vaccines.
If you believe that vaccines are really effective in preventing your kid from getting some illness, then why do you insist that all the other kids in his class be vaccinated? If one kid isn’t vaccinated, then why is his not being vaccinated a “threat” to your kid who was vaccinated? (Unless you are really admitting that the vaccine isn’t effective?)