Category Archives: Vaccinations
These latest study findings are very exciting because if environmental factors are found to be a direct cause for Autism then there are ways to intervene or change the environment, and to prevent this condition from developing. We should be able to save countless future children from a difficult or unfullfilled life.
It appears that children who are undervaccinated tend to have different healthcare utilization needs that can translate into having less need perhaps due to better health?
In the United States acetaminophen is routinely advised in conjunction with childhood vaccinations to control fever and discomfort. The Cuban perspective is that fever is a natural response to the vaccination which doesn’t need treatment unless the fever persists or rises above 104 degrees.
With rates of autism in the United States reaching near-epidemic proportions, efforts to identify autism’s causes continue. Researchers are working diligently to discover why the U.S. has one of the highest rates of autism in the world while small less-developed nations like Cuba have a much lower incidence.
Approximately 1 in 88 children in the United States have some form of Autism. Only 1 out of every 2400 Israelite children have this condition.
Recently, new findings have been released showing that infant monkeys given vaccines recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) exhibited autism-like symptoms.
Although conventional scientific institutes don’t recognize the link between chelation and improvement in an autistic child’s behavior, many parents opt for chelation therapy as a means of aiding their autistic children.
- Avoid consuming alcohol.
- Avoid eating known food allergens.
- Get prompt treatment for any infection.
- Avoid exposure to heavy metals.
- Parents need to become well-informed on the pros and cons of infant vaccinations in order to make educated decisions as to which vaccinations their child receives.
- In autism that is caused by allergies, symptoms may become visible during early infancy. Should a child show excessive thirst, excessive sweating (at night), low blood glucose, diarrhea, bloating, rhinitis, inability to control body temperature, red face and/or ears, and dark circles under the eyes, it is important to act quickly and aggressively to identify and remove potential allergens.
- Some children may have autism triggered by food and/or chemical intolerances with the main offenders being wheat, dairy, corn, sugar, and citrus fruits. However, allergies may be a reaction to virtually any substance.