Tuesday, December 10, 2013 3:28:46 PM
The anti vaccine crowd does have one good point. Many vaccines do have mild temporary side effects. low grade fevers, rashes etc. Some countries administer as much as 40 vaccines. Since most of these diseases are quite rare (thanks vaccines) wouldn't spacing the vaccines out over a several month or a years period make sense? there is no point in compounding multiple reactions.
Monday, December 9, 2013 9:51:23 PM
I think it is funny how people think that giving a child a vaccine will allow the child to descend into an autistic state right in front of their eyes as if the kid was just juiced with heroin. WTF??? Even little kids wouldn't fall for that bullspit. Funking grown-ups. Who lets them out of their cages? Then there`s the douches who can`t discriminate between toxicity and autism. Yes, vaccines can have a toxic effect. A foreign chemical is being injected into the body. Even water can kill when injected. Vaccines can be very dangerous. Autism is not one of those dangers. Stupid. Flucking Magnets? How do they work?