Dr. Heidi talks frankly about your
children's vaccinations.

The introduction of the first vaccine from Dr. Salk to cure polio was an historic breakthrough. Vaccines have absolutely saved lives. Just like the advent of antibiotics by Dr. Fleming, they are a discovery that has been a medical game-changer. Both of these are examples of very good things that I feel have fallen out of balance in our current medical community.

I believe that vaccinations have been over-prescribed in America. In 2014, the U.S. had the highest infant mortality rate in the developed world. Antibiotics have been over-prescribed as well. And we now have a dangerous condition known as 'antibiotic resistance' occurring where certain bacteria have employed adaptive behaviors and can no longer be controlled by our current antibiotics....MORE 

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Trump may appoint Robert Kennedy, Jr. to chair a commission on vaccine safety & scientific integrity.
In January 2017, Robert Kennedy Jr. stated that Trump asked him to chair a vaccine safety review panel. Though Trump has not publicly confirmed that he has made a decision about the establishment of such a commission, Kennedy was perhaps tapped because of his long-time, public stance questioning the safety of vaccines.

3 Important questions answered:
What about choosing a slower vaccine schedule?

Yes. According to the journal JAMA Pediatrics, children who were under-vaccinated because of parental choice had lower rates of outpatient and emergency department visits.

Alternative vaccination schedules do not appear to present a health risk for an individual child.

What is the vaccination schedule in the U.S. compared with other countries?

You can compare vaccination schedules yourself.  Take a look at this very helpful interactive vaccination schedule from November 2015 for eight countries including the U.S.

Is there still thirmerosal in most childhood vaccines?
No. Thimerosal was removed from all childhood vaccines (except the flu vaccine) after an amendment to the Food & Drug Administration Modernization Act was signed into law on Nov. 21, 1997. It took several years to implement. The amendment arose from those wanting to reduce human exposure to mercury compounds and those concerned about links between vaccines and autism.

The current vaccination schedule in the U.S. is a one-size-fits-all approach.
But all children are not the same.

Do your research from all sides of the vaccine debate and you decide. Here are a few articles to start with:

Too many vaccines: impact on the immune system.  

Choose a modified, slower vaccination schedule. 

Europeans also questioning vaccine safety.

Stop the autism epidemic  whatever the cause.

U.S. mandated vaccines vs other countries.

The vaccine reaction: an enlightened conversation.

News reporter notes conflict of interest in biggest MMR study. https://sharylattkisson.com/what-the-news-isnt-saying-about-vaccine-autism-studies/

I nteractive comparative vaccine schedules for European countries.

Autism and the vaccine debate.

Doctors who have done the research. 

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