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Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby mugley » 05 May 17, 1:38 pm

http://info.cmsri.org/the-driven-resear ... -is-sicker

getting tired of arguing about global warming, so lets try something new :twisted:
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Re: Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby Jack Flash » 05 May 17, 2:34 pm

Okay ;) :mrgreen:

The study http://oatext.com/Pilot-comparative-stu ... ildren.php

The geographically widespread increase in ASD and ADHD suggests a role for an environmental factor to which virtually all children are exposed. Agricultural chemicals are a current focus of research [34-37].


Funded by Generation Rescue ( https://www.google.com/search?q=Generat ... e&ie=utf-8 ) and Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute ( https://www.google.com/search?q=Childre ... e&ie=utf-8 ) Both of which are anti-vaccine. I would wait on an independent study before taking this to heart.


Really, the only thing that can be drawn from that study is that the subject and results warrant a full blown study. Even the title of the study says as much "Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12- year old U.S. children".

Unfortunately media needs to sell ad space so they hype it up and make it sound like a done deal. I get that by the time a full-blown study has been completed, it has been talked to death and it's not really of much interest anymore.

I have the same problem with climate studies for and against AGW, GMO, and nearly anything from a technews site. Gee I wonder why I'm not popular at parties :lmao:
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Re: Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby Jack Flash » 05 May 17, 2:42 pm

Oh crap I took the bait didn't I :?
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Re: Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby Don't Blink » 05 May 17, 4:16 pm

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Re: Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby mugley » 05 May 17, 7:54 pm

Jack Flash wrote:Okay ;) :mrgreen:

The study http://oatext.com/Pilot-comparative-stu ... ildren.php

The geographically widespread increase in ASD and ADHD suggests a role for an environmental factor to which virtually all children are exposed. Agricultural chemicals are a current focus of research [34-37].


Funded by Generation Rescue ( https://www.google.com/search?q=Generat ... e&ie=utf-8 ) and Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute ( https://www.google.com/search?q=Childre ... e&ie=utf-8 ) Both of which are anti-vaccine. I would wait on an independent study before taking this to heart.


Really, the only thing that can be drawn from that study is that the subject and results warrant a full blown study. Even the title of the study says as much "Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12- year old U.S. children".

Unfortunately media needs to sell ad space so they hype it up and make it sound like a done deal. I get that by the time a full-blown study has been completed, it has been talked to death and it's not really of much interest anymore.

I have the same problem with climate studies for and against AGW, GMO, and nearly anything from a technews site. Gee I wonder why I'm not popular at parties :lmao:

I should have figured the article was incomplete

I had measles, mumps, chicken pox, and whooping cough when I was a kid and it was no big deal, most of my friends had those diseases to, and you felt like crap for a few days, went to the doc, got meds, stayed home from school for a bit and went on, no big deal. Hard to believe they can't treat it better now than they did back then if you get one of those.

I really don't see why the way they give those vaccines and when isn't a huge controversy, they give so much at once to infants, common sense tells you it can't be good to dump all those meds on a baby at one time, just don't makes sense
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Re: Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby Jack Flash » 06 May 17, 4:47 pm

Medical studies are almost always bogus - http://nypost.com/2017/05/06/medical-st ... ays-bogus/

Seems relevant, and it is the fault of the Media Outlets that are constantly hawking click-bait headlines. Most people do not have the time, interest or access to look up medical studies - nor should they have to.
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Re: Vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Postby Angie G » 09 May 17, 4:20 pm

This is a problem in schools. By the time children socialize with their group, other groups and extended groups, they have as many as a thousand exposures. This is also why schools encourage children to stay home when they are sick. Unfortunately employers do not feel the same when a parent needs to stay home to take care of a sick child.
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