In published research, compelling evidence is shown that acetaminophen (does not cause autism) but increases the incidence of autism, attention deficit with hyperactivity and asthma in genetically and/or metabolically susceptible children.
Tragically, we don’t often know who those susceptible children are until they suffer damage!
Acetaminophen is sold Tylenol or Paracetamol. In other countries you may see Panadol or Calpol.
In the US, acetaminophen is sold over-the-counter, in spite of the fact that it results in death for hundreds of Americans each year.
The HPV vaccine, Gardasil, is built on marketing that it prevents cancer. But rather than prevent it – in this woman’s case – it actually caused it.
This is the third time I’ve written on Gardasil. Though parents and young people still need to understand the perils of the HPV vaccine, an additional valuable nugget is contained in the video. Experience taught this young woman not to trust current medical advice which is often based on greed. She did not receive chemo and radiation for her cancer and took an aggressive alternative route. Ten years later, she lives to tell about it! I hope you’ll hang out here a moment and listen. Her 10 minute story is riveting….
Do unvaccinated children pose any extra threat to those who are vaccinated? Is discrimination against unvaccinated children warranted? Let’s see…
There is a video of her speaking on this below. But first:
She earned her PhD in Immunology at the Rockefeller University in New York and did postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, and Stanford University in California.
She demolishes mandatory vaccination logic in her open letter to vaccine legislators Senator Richard Pan of California, Senator Elizabeth Steiner-Hayward of Oregon, and Senator Dianne Feinstein of California:
Why do I include this post on homosexuality on a Titus 2 women’s homemaking/healthy living blog? Because it is relevant to the way we think and relate to our neighbors in the homosexual community. It is relevant to how we talk to our children….
A pediatrician’s recent comment on a blog I read a few weeks back got me thinking about how parents could best deal with the tactics that pediatricians frequently use to pressure their patients to vaccinate.