Posts Tagged "vaccines"


I closed the office early because we had a 90 minute drive ahead of us.  Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe is screening in Sarasota to our north, and this is the closest our region of Florida will come to seeing it.  My wife and I loaded up our 5 month old son to meet her sister, who was driving down from Tampa, to see the film.  That meant thanks to a busy day I’d had a juice for breakfast, a salad for lunch, and one and a...

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So, you’ve already decided that vaccines aren’t for you. You’ve opted for the proactive route and you’re boosting your child’s immune system with chiropractic care, supplements and probiotics. You avoid medicine and you try to be as holistic as possible. That means cooking even when it’s not convenient. Keeping your family safe and healthy is your number one goal – and it’s not that anyone has to agree with you, but you’re happy to be...

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Vaccinations are a massive debate, and with the recent measles outbreak, drug companies, government officials and other parents are putting the pressure on new parents to follow the full vaccine schedule as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. While your views on this subject may fall along any part of the spectrum, it’s important that no matter what you choose you understand everything about the vaccines, diseases and...

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Making the decision to delay or not to administer vaccinations is a difficult one. Mothers that do this are often criticized and even insulted. They’re told they’re hurting the baby. They’re threatened and told the baby could die. They’re made to feel like they’re putting everyone at risk. It’s not easy to go against the grain. Know, first of all, that there’s nothing wrong with making a well informed decision that’s right for your...

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