By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense
Vaccinated children are more likely to be diagnosed with developmental delays, asthma, and ear infections. A new peer-reviewed study by Hooker and Miller in the journal SAGE Open Medicine compares the health outcomes of vaccinated versus unvaccinated children from three large pediatric practices in the United States. The study concludes that unvaccinated children are healthier than their vaccinated peers. The researchers examined medical records for over 2000 children born between November 2005 and June 2015. The scientists followed the children continuously for a minimum of 3 years from birth. The research team determined each child’s vaccination status based on any vaccination received prior to one year of age. The unvaccinated group represented 30.9% of the total. Results show that vaccination before one year of age led to significantly increased odds of medical diagnoses for developmental delays, asthma and ear infections. Read the full press release with links to the study at ChildrensHealthDefense.org. I have now posted over 60 vaccinated/unvaccinated studies on this site. All of them show dramatically better health in unvaccinated children. We have found no studies that show superior health outcomes in vaccinated children.
Slides and Summaries from Part 10:
Slide 1 and Summary:
Vaccination during the first year of life increases the odds of developmental delays by 2.18x.
Slide 2 and Summary:
Vaccination during the first year of life increases the odds of asthma by 4.49x.
Slide 3 and Summary:
Vaccination during the first year of life increases the odds of ear infections by 2.13x.
Slide 4 and Summary:
Vaccination during the first year of life increases the odds of gastrointestinal disorder by 2.48x.