Baby monkeys, used because of their genetic similarity to humans, were vaccinated at birth with 1 dose of Hepatitis B vaccine containing 1/6th the amount of ethyl mercury (thimerosal) that is in human vaccines like the flu and H1N1 vaccines… with astonishing results…… brain stem controlled neurological developmental reflex delays…. ONLY 1 DOSE OF 1 VACCINE!!!!!
“As for the three significant reflexes, vaccinated macaques learned more slowly to:
- turn their head in response to a brush on the cheek (the root reflex)
- open their mouth in response to a brush on the forehead (the snout reflex)
- suck on a nipple placed in their mouth (the suck reflex).”
If you have children that already show concerns in these departments.. seriously consider the application and impact of further vaccines. If you are expecting a newborn at some point.. do your research, ask questions, look around… you have options that are legal and backed with sound science to drastically alter or avoid altogether the current “recommended” vaccine schedule.
Unfortunately, we’re seeing more and more families that are having developmental delays with their children, and many that are having difficulty breastfeeding.. ultimately resulting in formula feeding through a bottle out of frustration and anger that their baby is just not good at breastfeeding. This fallout can start a lifelong impact of immune, digestive, nutritional, and developmental concerns.
The question is.. how many vaccines are given or recommended in combinations, or in cocktails where these results may be drastically more severe?
Some of these delays and reflexes can be improved upon with chiropractic care, which is found to also remove any neurological interferences restricting the full expression of these reflexes, but this study brings a big question: Would the responses to adjustments and other care options like PT and OT be drastically improved if internal neuro-toxicity from vaccination was not playing a part?
Just published and released in Neurotoxicology download here
Above quote from the ridiculously extensive and very detailed review of this article on www.ageofautism.com
If you have any interest in this topic I suggest you read this review to understand how in depth this study was done… simply fantastic.