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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccinations (edition 2001)

by Stephanie Cave, Deborah Mitchell (Contributor)

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Many states require that, by the age of five, a child receive forty-five doses of fourteen vaccines, all with potential side effects. An alarming rise in autism may be connected to the MMR vaccine and the mercury found in several others. We may be overvaccinating our children today. Once considered a godsend, vaccines are now felt by some to be associated with dramatic increases in autism, asthma, diabetes, learning disabilities, and ADHD. Here is a vital, down-to-earth guide that will tell you which vaccines may be risky and what to consider to help safely vaccinate your children. Written by an expert on pediatric vaccinations and now fully revised and updated, this book arms you with: The most up-to-date guidance on when to give children vaccinations-and which ones to give. The latest details on vaccines for influenza, MMR, hepatitis A and B, polio, chicken pox, and many others. Research on and safety track records for various shots. Precautions parents can take when their children get vaccinated, including the use of natural supplements and vitamins.… (more)
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Title:What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccinations
Authors:Stephanie Cave
Other authors:Deborah Mitchell (Contributor)
Info:Grand Central Publishing (2001), Paperback, 336 pages
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Even if you want to stick to the standard routine of vaccinations, this book is an excellent introduction to some of the concerns expressed by some parents and even pediatricians regarding the over-vaccination of children. If you share these concerns, the author (who is an M.D. herself) gives an alternative vaccine schedule that can be followed. ( )
  librarist | Mar 20, 2007 |
One of my two favorite vaccine books. ( )
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Many states require that, by the age of five, a child receive forty-five doses of fourteen vaccines, all with potential side effects. An alarming rise in autism may be connected to the MMR vaccine and the mercury found in several others. We may be overvaccinating our children today. Once considered a godsend, vaccines are now felt by some to be associated with dramatic increases in autism, asthma, diabetes, learning disabilities, and ADHD. Here is a vital, down-to-earth guide that will tell you which vaccines may be risky and what to consider to help safely vaccinate your children. Written by an expert on pediatric vaccinations and now fully revised and updated, this book arms you with: The most up-to-date guidance on when to give children vaccinations-and which ones to give. The latest details on vaccines for influenza, MMR, hepatitis A and B, polio, chicken pox, and many others. Research on and safety track records for various shots. Precautions parents can take when their children get vaccinated, including the use of natural supplements and vitamins.

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3 editions of this book were published by Hachette Book Group.

Editions: 0446677078, 044661503X, 0446555711

 

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