autism

  1. Autism-vaccine data kept under lock and key by CDC

    Busted! CDC may be hiding autism-vaccine data

    It could be the biggest vaccine bombshell in the history of medical research – and it’s sitting under lock and key in CDC headquarters.

    The agency has a mountain of data on vaccines and autism. They have all the details on 1,200 kids with confirmed cases of autism as well as their vaccination records and even the vaccine and health records of the mothers.

    They also have matched sets of data on healthy kids and disabled children to act as control groups.

    This is the study that could once and for all settle the debate on vaccines and autism… yet the agency refuses to do it!

    You have to wonder what they’re hiding – but it doesn’t take a huge leap of logic to realize it’s likely because they know that the data will show a link between certain vaccines and autism in some kids.

    This isn’t some wild conspiracy theory. This comes straight from CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson, coauthor of a 2004 study on vaccines and autism.

    Later, he exposed the ugly truth about that study: Agency researchers had tossed data linking certain vaccines to autism right into “a huge garbage can.”

    The newest bombshell comes from transcripts of a phone conversation and is published in the book Vaccine Whistleblower – Exposing Autism Research Fraud at the CDC, parts of which were published online by Natural News.

    “That’s the gold mine,” Thompson says in the transcript, referring to the hidden data. “That’s the mother-load [sic] of mother-loads [sic}.”

    Yet, if the CDC has its way, that gold will never leave the mine – and this has been exactly how they’ve operated in recent years.

    TRUE scientists ask questions and seek answers – and are never afraid of data. But when it comes to vaccines, the CDC and its mainstream Big Pharma pals are positively terrified.

    They’ve been busily HIDING as much of it as they can, covering it up, and trying to silence anyone who even asks questions.

    The mainstream even went after Robert DeNiro, one of the biggest names in Hollywood, for having the nerve to try to show a film about vaccines and autism at his festival in New York City.

    This festival had documentaries about abortion… Syrian refugees… and even a film about Auschwitz, the notorious Nazi concentration camp.

    Yet even in THAT company, autism was too hot a topic. DeNiro had Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe pulled from his festival – although he still insists Americans should see the movie.

    “I'm not anti-vaccine,” he told the TODAY show. “I want safe vaccines.”

    He said he believes there’s a link…but he wants “to know the truth.”

    That’s something we’re all entitled to, right? The TRUTH! But apparently the CDC doesn’t think so – because Thompson said the only way the agency’s data would be used to run the study is if Congress orders it.

    “What we need is for Congress to come in and say give us the data and we’re going to have an independent contractor do it and bring in the autism advocates and have them intimately involved in the study,” he said, according to the transcript.

    You heard the man.

    Call or email your lawmakers and urge them to order the CDC to allow independent researchers to access the data and run the numbers.

    We don’t just owe this to ourselves. We owe it to our children, their children, and every generation that follows.

  2. SSRIs linked to autism in boys

    Common drugs in autism link

    Right now, some 30 million Americans are taking antidepressant drugs like SSRIs -- including many pregnant women, some of whom haven't even heard the good news yet.

    I wish them only the best.

    But what I really wish is that they'd get off those drugs fast (or not take them in the first place), because antidepressants have the potential to turn one of life's greatest blessings into one of its biggest challenges.

    That's because these meds, already proven to cause pregnancy complications and even miscarriage, have now been linked to something else: autism.

    The biggest risk comes from taking selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, such as Celexa, Lexapro, Paxil, Prozac and Zoloft. The risk is so high that boys with autism are three times more likely to have come from moms on the meds than healthy boys.

    That's in line with a 2011 study that found boys exposed to these drugs in the womb have double the risk of autism.

    The new study of nearly 1,000 mother-child pairs finds other risks, too. Boys born to moms who take SSRIs also have a higher risk of developmental delays.

    The study didn't find the same risk in girls, but that could be because more than 80 percent of the children in the study were boys. The researchers say they'll need to do a study with more girls to establish those risks.

    What's especially disturbing about this new study is that it finds the risk is highest in the critical first trimester -- or that time when many women who are pregnant often don't even realize it yet.

    That's why it's critical that you stop taking these meds if you are trying to become pregnant.

    Truth is, you almost certainly never needed the drugs in the first place, because there are safe and natural ways to help lift your mood that work whether you're pregnant or not.

    I always recommend fish oil first. The natural omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil can help support your brain and improve your mood. Like drugs, fish oil can also cross the placenta -- but instead of causing harm, they can actually help baby's development.

    Just be sure to get fish oil from a maker you trust, and choose one that's been purified to remove contaminants such as mercury, which can also hurt your baby's development.

  3. Inside new autism statistics

    New numbers show a 30 percent jump in autism cases in just two years, affecting 1 in 68 8-year-olds.
  4. Autistic kids have gluten sensitivity

    Autistic kids have a marker for gluten sensitivity, according to a new study.
  5. Kids with low vitamin D have higher autism rates

    Children with low levels of sun exposure and low levels of vitamin D have a higher risk of autism, according to new research.
  6. Vaccinations for children

    During the 2009 mumps outbreak, children who were vaccinated were actually more likely to get sick than those who were not.
  7. Autism linked to toxins in the water

    New research shows that common drug residues found in drinking water may cause autism in at-risk kids.
  8. New attack on chelation is a threat to your mental health

    Exposure to toxic metals is often behind some of today's most common chronic conditions -- and there's one safe, proven, and effective way to rid the body of those metals. So naturally, it's coming under attack.
  9. Behind the new autism numbers

    In the two decades since I opened my practice, I've seen a dramatic rise in the number of families with autistic children. I'm not the only one.

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