Yale Study Finds Disturbing Link Between Vaccination Timing and Brain Damage

The debate for vaccine safety has taken a big turn, as social media and alternative media have been proving more harm is done by these vaccines than good. 

The vaccine and drug corporations still think their products are efficient and safe to the public. 

Even when they see many cases popping up due to negative reactions. It makes many question why the US government would pay out billions in damages sine a ruling in 1986, that gave permission for companies to avoid lawsuits. What is shocking, is that our media has no interest in wanting to understand the effects of vaccines. 

A new study from Yale School of medicine and Penn State College of Medicine has a lot of people believing the issue will receive the attention it needs. A new article from Robert KennedyJr., found a correlating link between the timing of vaccination and disorders in children.

The excerpt reads: 

 “Researchers from the two universities analyzed five years of private health insurance data from kids in the 6-15 age range. They found those who were vaccinated in the prior 3-12 months were more likely to be diagnosed with certain neuropsychiatric disorders than their unvaccinated counterparts.”

Published in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Psychiatry in January, a study was conducted, involving a large sample size and was conducted by two highly credible academic institutions.

With that, it has been refrained from any media coverage. Over 95,000 kids that were examined had one of seven neuropsychiatric disorders: anorexia nervosa, anxiety disorder, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, major depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and tic disorder. They were compared to kids who had no neuropsychiatric disorders, and to kids with conditions that aren’t in any correlation to vaccines, such as cuts and broken bones. 

“This was a well-designed, tightly controlled study,” wrote Kennedy.

He found that children with broken bones and open wounds, had exhibited no connection to vaccinations. Then, kids with major depression, bipolar disorders and ADHD also didn’t exhibit a connection as well. Those who were vaccinated were about 80 percent more likely to be diagnosed with anorexia, and 25 percent more likely to be diagnosed with OCD, than kids who weren’t subject to vaccination. 

Vaccinated children are ten times more likely to be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and with tics. Researchers had concluded that: “This pilot epidemiologic analysis implies the onset of some neuropsychiatric disorders may be related to prior vaccinations in a subset of individuals. These findings warrant further investigation.”

However, an association doesn’t entirely mean causation. If there were certain vaccines or a mix that causes brain disorders, then it would be our responsibility to determine what vaccine(s) contributes to the risk of brain issues. On EcoWatch, Robert J. Kennedy Jr. wrote in his article that:

“Of particular concern is the influenza vaccine. In this study, influenza vaccination was strongly correlated with both anorexia and OCD. New research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention scientists has shown the mercury-containing preservative thimerosal to be as toxic and as brain damaging as other forms of mercury. Yet multi-dose flu vaccines still contain thimerosal, and flu vaccines are recommended for pregnant women and infants in America despite questions about efficacy and the scientifically documented risks.”

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