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Do vaccines cause that?! : a guide for evaluating vaccine safety concerns

Author: Martin G Myers; Diego Pineda
Publisher: Galveston, Tex. : Immunizations for Public Health (i4ph), 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Do vaccines cause autism, asthma, diabetes? You want to do what is best for your child--but there is so much conflicting information out there. Although science does not provide answers to all the questions that concern you, science is the best tool we have to get reliable answers. While we can't make your child's world completely safe, we can help you make it safer, by helping you get the information you need to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin G Myers; Diego Pineda
ISBN: 0976902710 9780976902713
OCLC Number: 233169461
Description: 268 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Vaccines, victims of their own success: why do we give vaccines for diseases we don't see?! --
Vaccine side effects and risk perception: what if my child is the one in a million?! --
Missing information and technical jargon: why can't medical researchers talk normally?! --
Cause or coincidence: how do I tell whether or not a vaccine caused that?! --
Misinformation and the return of infectious diseases: does it matter if other parents don't immunize their child?! --
Reliable information: how do I find the right information in the first place?! --
Do vaccines cause asthma?! --
Do vaccines cause autism?! --
Do vaccines cause damage to the immune system?! --
Other vaccine safety concerns.
Responsibility: Martin G. Myers and Diego Pineda.
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Do vaccines cause autism, asthma, diabetes? You want to do what is best for your child--but there is so much conflicting information out there. Although science does not provide answers to all the questions that concern you, science is the best tool we have to get reliable answers. While we can't make your child's world completely safe, we can help you make it safer, by helping you get the information you need to protect your child against serious diseases. Here, you'll learn how to: balance the risks and benefits of immunizations for your child; recognize red flags that should raise alarms about vaccine-related information you read in the media; determine whether or not a vaccine is the cause of an adverse event or disease. This guide will help you sort through all the misinformation that makes it hard to decide what's best for your child's health.--From publisher description.

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