Heather White
 
This blog entry is a rebuttal to those that want to claim the unvaccinated are a risk to the immunocompromised or the the too young to be vaccinated.  You will hear statements like "My child is put at risk because you choose not to vaccinate" or "My infant is to young to be vaccinated and you are putting them in harms way" or "My child has cancer and is immunocompromised and cannot be vaccinated so your child should".  I created an Infographic then finished with Megan Heimer's reblogged article.

 
 
Individuals who have recently been vaccinated with varicella, MMR, rotavirus, and influenza, (all live vaccines) can spread the disease to others up to several weeks after the administration of the vaccine.

 
 
A new 8-paged study published by combined efforts from research the departments of Denmark, and Sweden is now circulating the Internet.  This published peer-review was initiated based upon the descriptions of HPV vaccines associated with central nervous system diseases (Sutton et al., 2008; Chang et al., 2011; Wildemann et al., 2009; DiMario et al., 2010; Menge et al., 2012).

 
 
I have wanted to study the methylation cycle for some time, and as you can see below how intimidating it is at first glance!  There are specific key words we hear in autism research, and supplementation protocols that come out of defects in this cycle.  We are told by our obstetricians and gynecologists to take prenatal vitamins that specifically contain folic acid, because they claim this will increase neurodevelopment, and one study demonstrated a decrease in autism (Schmidt et al., 2011).  However, folic acid prenatal fortification increases the prevalence of MTHFR genetic defects, which might be the trigger of autism (Rogers, E., 2008).  Then to further complicate things there has been confusion over the terms Folinic versus Folic Acid, or what supplement to take if the system is broken.  All that said, let's work though two phases of the cycle, look at the science and try to find some clarity.

 
 
This blog entry will chronicle all the new works and/or information pertaining to the topic.  Part of my work in AutismRawData is to keep up with and maintain the "Validation" blog entries such as this.  The latest data will be posted at the top.

 
 
This blog entry will chronicle all the new works and/or information pertaining to the topic.  Part of my work in AutismRawData is to keep up with and maintain the "Validation" blog entries such as this.  The latest data will be posted at the top.

 
 
This blog entry will chronicle all the new works and/or information pertaining to the topic.  Part of my work in AutismRawData is to keep up with and maintain the "Validation" blog entries such as this.  The latest data will be posted at the top.

 
 
This blog entry will chronicle all the new works and/or information pertaining to the topic.  Part of my work in AutismRawData is to keep up with and maintain the "Validation" blog entries such as this.  The latest data will be posted at the top.

 
 
This blog entry will chronicle all the new works and/or information pertaining to the topic.  Part of my work in AutismRawData is to keep up with and maintain the "Validation" blog entries such as this.  The latest data will be posted at the top.

 
 
This blog entry will chronicle all the new works and/or information pertaining to the topic.  Part of my work in AutismRawData is to keep up with and maintain the "Validation" blog entries such as this.  The latest data will be posted at the top.