Conspiracy theories? Is that what we're calling a healthy level of skepticism these days?
Originally Posted by stacyann_1
Other areas I read about are Breastfeeding and co-sleeping, and to me...
Originally Posted by shuttlt
But it isn't an obvious link to all parents of autistics. I've talked at length with a bunch of parents and people with aspergers who are absolutely against Wakefield, Jenny McCarthy...
I cannot believe they honestly think that:
1. chicken pox parties are about convenience (um, it doesn't get any more convenient than stopping by the pedi's office for a shot)
2. the vaccine doesn't have its own set of risks
Originally Posted by plunky
Boosters, while a good idea and supported by the medical community, are not required by law/society in the same way that child vaccinations are. Society is choosing to attempt to get...
Originally Posted by grandmaofthree
just out of curiosity - what did you find to be the most influential piece of information that convinced you not to vaccinate?
For me it was mainly based on the Pink...