Research Journal #3

PublicHealth.org has an eight part article about vaccinations. The truths, the myths, what they actually do, and what they don’t do with evidence provided with it the articles. One article in particular that stood out to me the most was Vaccine Myth Debunked. What made this article stand out was the fact that it covered basically every myth from causing autism, to harmful chemicals. Let’s get into the details shall we?

There are traces of harmful chemicals in vaccines, but in very low doses that aren’t that harmful, just like honey bee. Honey bees are actually venomous, they have venom in their system that is strong enough to kill themselves but not strong enough to harm anyone else. They are venomous when they sting someone or something, but their venom can not kill anything because there is so little venom in the bee that it can only kill bee because of how small it is. That kinda goes along with these chemicals in the vaccines. There are very very very low doses of mercury, aluminum, and formaldehyde. It’s true that these chemicals are toxic to the human body in certain levels, but only trace amounts of these are used in FDA approved vaccines. In fact, according to the FDA and the CDC, formaldehyde is produced at higher rates by our metabolic systems and there is no scientific evidence that he low levels of this chemical, mercury and aluminum in vaccines can be harmful.

Parents and new parents need to ask their family pediatricians questions about vaccinations and then learn from what they have to say. Doctors have spend years going to medical school to learn how to heal and save people’s lives. People shouldn’t deny information given by a professional that has been studying vaccines and other form of western medicines, just because they read an article that their aunt shared on Facebook. Parents should come to their senses and realize what is best for their child from keeping it both happy and healthy.

Now usually in my posts about my topic I would mention how vaccines clearly do not cause autism, but I think by now everyone gets my point with what I am trying to say. I hope that this was very educational to anyone that enjoys this topic, or just enjoys learning about new things.

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