Researchers from Jackson State University looked at the long-term effects of vaccination. They monitored the health of 666 children for six years from 6 to 12 years old.
All the children were being home-schooled because it was one of the few communities where researchers could find enough unvaccinated children for comparison; 261 of the children hadn’t been vaccinated and 208 hadn’t had all their vaccinations, while 197 had received the full 48-dose course.
The vaccinated took more antibiotics and other drugs, and were more likely to suffer from allergic rhinitis, eczema and atopic dermatitis, learning disability, attention-deficit, hyperactive disorder, and autism. The risk was lower among the children who had been partially vaccinated.
The main problem with vaccines is that they contain questionable ingredients and are given too young. The blood-brain barrier that keeps toxic chemicals from getting into the brain isn’t fully developed until age 7. The most controversial substances in vaccines are the following:
Results of the study also showed that the unvaccinated child is nearly eight times more likely to develop chicken pox and whooping cough (pertussis). I personally would rather my child experience a short-term childhood disease than a life-long neurodevelopmental problem like autism and ADHD.
My kids both had chicken pox and recovered in a few days (with homeopathy), receiving important natural lifelong immunity from the disease. For more information, read The Return of Whooping Cough and What’s the Big Deal about Vaccines. For a list of ingredients in each vaccine, go to the Pro/Con non-biased website.