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What every parent in their right mind wants to know.

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Parenting is a sacred responsibility. Aside from the lessons we learn from our own parents in raising our children, we receive precious little instruction as to how to manage this intricate task.

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AUTISM

 

AUTISM IS AN EPIDEMIC


                                           



         AUTISM RATE NOW 1 in 40                        U.S. CHILDREN


Parents of an estimated 1.5 million US children aged 3 to 17 years (2.50%) reported that their child had ever received an ASD diagnosis and currently had the condition.
PDF: Pediatrics December 2018 Article

   AND WE STILL DON'T KNOW WHAT'S                CAUSING IT?!

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Hepatitis B Vaccine: 
Adverse Implications for Brain Development & Cognition 


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CDC DATA: STRONG RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN MMR VACCINE & AUTISM
 

PDF: Reanalysis of CDC Data on Autism Incidence and Time of First MMR Vaccination 

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ARE VACCINES SAFE ?

GOVERNMENT EXPERT: VACCINES CAN CAUSE AUTISM

Pediatric neurologist Dr. Andrew Zimmerman, expert medical witness for the government now explains: "in a subset of children, vaccine-induced fever and immune stimulation did cause regressive brain disease with features of autism spectrum disorder,”

Vaccine court cases show that some children whose autism was triggered by vaccine had unknown pre-existing susceptibilities including Tuberous Scleroris (TS) and mitochondrial disorder. The U.S. vaccine court has paid $4 billion to dateincluding for injuries in which children ended up with autism but when the plaintiff’s alleged the brain injury using the term “encephalopathy” rather than “autism.” Childrenshealthdefense.org 


The botttom line: VACCINES DO CAUSE AUTISM



ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL

Health and Human Services
 has 
never monitored ANY safety or adverse reaction data for ANY vaccine for the 32 years since they were given oversight.

HHS Admits:
 NO SAFETY for CHILDREN'S VACCINES

   




THE BORDERLINE CHILD

 

The borderline child

Borderline Personality Disorder has been one of the most under-recognized and misdiagnosed conditions in children. 

If your child has been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, or Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, they may have 
Borderline Personality Disorder

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WHAT'S NEW?




THE DEVIL IN OUR PHONES
WREAKING HAVOC ON OUR CHILDREN

Devil Phone
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DEPRESSION RISK RISES IN TANDEM WITH INCREASED SCREEN TIME

Data from the annual Monitoring the Future survey reveals the more time teens spend online, the unhappier they are, and those who spend more time than average on in-person relations and activities that do not involve their smartphone are far more likely to report being “happy.”

“If you were going to give advice for a happy adolescence based on this survey, it would be straightforward: Put down the phone, turn off the laptop and do something — anything — that does not involve a screen,”

Article and research here





                       
      
 GROUNDBREAKING
              HEALTH OF CHILDREN VACCINATED vs.                         UNVACCINATED      
                                                       
   

   

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GENERATION SICK






 



DEATH OF THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD?


Science, Vaccines, Fact vs. Faith
Del Bigtree




                

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