Health Crisis: Are Children the New Lab Rats?

  The fleecing of America continues as pharmaceutical companies’ scare tactics elevate. Autism, Gillian-Barre Syndrome, ADHD are a few of the neurological disorders and complications that have been linked to various vaccines. Now food allergies and intolerances are on the rise consistant with over-medication in my opinion. We only have to look one generation back to our parents to see that none of these symptoms were this prevalent 30 years ago.

Now pharmaceutical companies are in the business of making money NOT healthcare. Just look at your standard commercial break, especially during daytime television. There are a myriad of drug commercials to treat everything from overactive bladder, allergies, arthritis, indigestion, high blood pressure,etc. This is constant stream of advertising and now their saavy enough to tailor it depending on time of day and target audience. Let the adults make their own decision as for how they choose to medicate themselves.

What I truly don’t appreciate is the false advertising, scare tactics, so-called FDA approval, and subsequent vaccine requirement for a terribly harmful drug such as Gardasil. This vaccine was pushed and required for girls as young as 9 years old for the prevention of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) aka genital warts. First of all, how many SEXUALLY ACTIVE 9-year-olds do you know? Because that is the most common way to catch HPV. This was a travesty that brought pain and neurological complications to several young girls and unfortunately their lives will never be the same.

Check out what a Gardasil researcher had to say about the truth behind this medication: http://www.themoralliberal.com/2009/12/21/gardasil-researcher-drops-a-bombshell-schlafly/

See what Marilyn Wedge, PhD has to say about medicating our kids: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/marilyn-wedge-phd/child-medications-_b_834119.html

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~ by drmelodie on March 30, 2011.

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