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Question?: What Is Autism Video

John asks…

Poll: Why are some parents against vaccinating their children?

I heard some are afraid of the Risk of autism, but doesn’t the risk of getting diseased with something because of NO vaccination outweigh any potential risks?

*Why do you think some parents don’t want them?
*Is it selfish of the parents?

admin answers:

1 in 91 Children now have Autism. The risk is much higher for boys, at 1 in 58. So these risks are HUGE.

Autism is not the only risk of vaccines. There are also Chronic ear infections (my unvaccinated kids have never had one), eczema, allergies, asthma, type 1 diabetes, and other chronic autoimmune diseases. There’s also an epidemic of learning and behavioral disabilities that are not classified as autism. Currently 1 in 6 children have a learning disability. In my daughter’s classroom, 1 in 6 kids have a life threatening allergy that requires an EpiPen.

So what if your child gets one of the diseases that are vaccinated for? My kids have had chickenpox, measles, pertussis (whooping cough) and swine flu. I’d have to be insane to wish they got autism or any chronic illness instead of those illnesses, which all cleared up within a week, with the exception of the pertussis cough which lasted longer.

Selfish? What do you mean? My job is to keep my children safe. It seems that most parents think it is their job to follow the “rules.”

Watch this video of what happened to a very healthy 26 year old woman after a seasonal flu shot this year. She was stronger and had a better developed immune system than any child before the shot ruined her life. Http://

And you can read about healthy teenagers who ended up in wheelchairs after the HPV vaccine. Http://

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