With all this talk about vaccinations, I decided I should chime in. First of all, let me say that the idea of vaccinations is good (for some diseases). The problems come in the methods.
First, there needs to be a carrier (adjuvant) for the tiny part of the disease that will be introduced. There are several different options. According to one page on the CDC website, aluminum gels or aluminum salts are the only adjuvants available for use in the US. Then you have the vaccine ingredient list, 3 pages long, also on the CDC website. See below for some highlights.
Here are some of the problems caused by vaccines:
Who is most at risk for these issues?
What can I do to avoid problems?
If you would like your child checked for vaccine readiness, schedule a session. That will include a session to prepare for the vaccine, as well as e-mail support for a check after the vaccine.
Here are a few of the ingredients from the CDC website:
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