Every single day, 11 Americans die from asthma. Annually, asthma takes the lives of 4,000 people, and contributes to the deaths of another 7,000 more. EVERY YEAR.
Asthma Is Increasing
In the USA from 1980 to 2010 asthma prevalence in the general population increased from 3.1% to 8.4%, with increases among 5- to14-year-old children from 4.4% in 1980 to 8.2% in 1995, 9.1% in 2004, and 10.7% in 2010.
According to the CDC, 1 in 12 people have asthma, and the numbers are increasing every year.
Asthma cost the US about $56 billion in medical costs, lost school and work days, and early deaths in 2007. That’s just one year.
Do we care about Public Health— OR WHAT?
- No longer can people argue the merits of vaccination, without addressing the risks, the true costs, and the lives that are lost from vaccination.
- No longer can people believe the first page of Google about vaccines.
- No longer can we accept that life-threatening conditions like asthma which are increasing every year—in children–and accept that there is no explanation.
- No longer can we serve the interests of the Pharmaceutical industry ahead of our own children.
What am I talking about?
I guess I’m going to be the bearer of bad news because the CDC and your doctor doesn’t have the guts to tell you: Vaccines Cause Asthma
Delay in Vaccines Reduces Asthma Risk
Children who have limited exposure to vaccines and antibiotics have less atopy, asthma
Fully immunized children had more asthma than less-vaccinated
Infant immunization may increase the risk of developing asthma in childhood
Vaccinated Children had a 2-fold risk for Asthma, and Unvaccinated Children had NO Asthma
Vaccine Refusal is associated with less asthma and allergies