The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults

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North Atlantic Books, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 343 pages
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The Vaccine Guide covers each disease and its vaccine, providing difficult-to-obtain facts about vaccine reactions. Also discussed are vaccine effectiveness, toxicity and adverse effects, legal requirements, alternatives, and the latest information on the threat of bioterrorism. New to this edition are topics of particular concern to adults, including smallpox and anthrax vaccines, flu shots, and new conditions linked to vaccine reactions.
  

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Review: The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults

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Easy to read, clearly written and thoroughly researched. Excellent information. Read full review

Review: The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults

User Review  - Amber Scott - Goodreads

very informative and comparatively unbiased. goes over the illness vaccines and such. a great book for every vaccine choice. also discusses what is done in other countries which American medicine generally turns its nose up at. Read full review

Contents

Making an Informed Choice
3
Adverse Vaccine Reactions
37
Contaminated Vaccines
57
Chemicals in Vaccines
69
Conventional Vaccine Studies
79
Achieving Health
85
Alternative Vaccine Methods
95
Building a Strong Immune System
109
Hepatitis B
169
Lyme Disease
181
MMR
201
Pertussis Whooping Cough
223
Polio
235
Smallpox
245
Tetanus
255
Travel
265

Legal Requirements
119
The Diseases and Their Vaccines
135
Chickenpox Varicella
147
Diphtheria
157
Hepatitis A
163
Conclusion
273
Appendices
279
References
297
Index
337
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Dr. Randall Neustaedter has practiced holistic medicine for more than thirty years in the San Francisco Bay Area, specializing in child health care. He is a licensed acupuncturist and Doctor of Oriental Medicine, as well as president of the Holistic Pediatric Association (www.hpakids.com), and the father of five children. Visit his website, www.cure-guide.com, to register for a free newsletter with pediatric updates.

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