Study: Unvaccinated Children Healthier Than Vaccinated Kids – Doctors Agree

Study: Unvaccinated Children Healthier Than Vaccinated Kids – Doctors Agree
by Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D.
Health Impact News
Sarah Carrasco never thought twice about vaccines. She and her husband, who married while still in college, were delighted with their brown-haired brown-eyed baby. At the one-year check-up David already knew most of the alphabet and could say five words: “Mom,” “Dad,” “Brober,” (the happy couple was talking about having another baby), “Hi,” and “Bye.”
Sarah remembers the pediatrician predicting her son would be a genius.
But after David had the one-year round of shots, he spiked a 103 fever, arched his back as if in pain, passed mucous-filled green diarrhea, and could not stop crying.
Baby David was so sick that Sarah brought him back to the pediatrician two days later and several times after that. As documented in his voluminous medical file, her son was having eight to ten bouts of diarrhea a day and lost his ability to speak.
A week after the vaccine visit, he also stopped making eye contact.
The doctor reassured Sarah there was nothing to worry about.
Sarah is 38 years old and lives in Lakewood, Colorado. But her story is eerily familiar. She is one of thousands—if not hundreds of thousands—of American parents who report that they followed their doctor’s orders, got every vaccine on the current CDC childhood schedule, and watched their children suffer from brain and immune damage.
Medical Doctors, Not Just Parents, Report Vaccine Damage in Children
Kelly Sutton, M.D., an integrative physician based in Fair Oaks, California who has been practicing medicine for 45 years, says that she sees patients who have been vaccine-injured every day.
“It’s not a rational thing to think that we can just give an ever-increasing number of vaccines without causing damage,” Sutton explains. “There’s a tipping point for many people in terms of the toxins that they can handle.”
Study: Unvaccinated Children have Less Chronic Disease and a Lower Risk of Autism than Vaccinated Children
A new peer-reviewed study comparing health outcomes of vaccinated and unvaccinated children, provisionally published in a journal of public health and assigned a DOI number (a digital object identifier given by publishers to identify content and provide a persistent link on the internet), confirmed what parents like Sarah Carrasco have observed: that completely unvaccinated children have less chronic disease and a lower risk of autism than vaccinated children.
The researchers collected health information on over 660 children from a survey conducted in 2012 of mothers of children between six and twelve years old in four states (Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oregon). According to the abstract, the team of four scientists found that completely unvaccinated children were significantly more likely to get chickenpox and whooping cough but significantly less likely to suffer from ear infections, pneumonia, allergies, and brain or central nervous system disorders, including autism.
Vaccinated children were more than twice as likely to have some chronic illness.
Vaccinated children were nearly four times as likely to have learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and autism spectrum disorder.
Vaccinated children who were born prematurely were more than six times more likely to have brain or central nervous system disorders, including autism.
Doctors See Link Between Vaccines and Autism Rates
“We all need to be looking at improving the safety of vaccines,” says Bose Ravenel, M.D., whose practice is based in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
Ravenel, 78, admits that in his long career practicing medicine he used to dismiss the idea vaccines are connected to autism or other health problems in children. But now, after attending autism conferences, researching the peer-reviewed scientific literature, and paying more attention to parents’ experiences, he has changed his mind.

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