According to the National Institutes of Health, the infant mortality rate is considered one of the most indicators of the public health conditions of a nation. Unfortunately, the U.S hasn’t been doing well in this category for quite some time, despite their excessive vaccine schedule.
While many would assume that the United States would be at the top of the list for infant mortality, this isn’t the case. In 2014, more than 23,000 infants died within their first year of life, which would break down to around 6 out of every 1,000 born. Based on those numbers, the CDC reported that 25 other industrialized countries rank higher than the United States at keeping their infants alive.
The United States has the highest immunization schedule in the entire world for children under the age of one. At a whopping 26 vaccines, many would believe that the U.S would actually produce healthier babies, and that sadly isn’t the case. According to a study conducted by the Journal of Human and Experimental Toxicology, a direct correlation was found between vaccination rates and IMRs. In fact, they discovered that countries that administer higher numbers of vaccines during the first year of life experienced higher infant mortality rates.
The study was carried out by use of linear regression. The immunization schedules of the 34 nations were then examined and a correlation coefficient of r=0.70 was found between IMRs and the number of vaccine doses routinely given to newborns. The researchers grouped nations into five different vaccine dosage categories: 12-14, 15-17, 18-20, 21-23, and 24-26. Next, they determined the mean IMRs of all the nations within each group.
“Linear regression analysis of unweighted mean IMRs showed a high statistically significant correlation between increasing number of vaccine doses and increasing infant mortality rates, with r = 0.992 (p = 0.0009). Using the Tukey-Kramer test, statistically, significant differences in mean IMRs were found between nations giving 12–14 vaccine doses and those giving 21–23, and 24–26 doses. A closer inspection of correlations between vaccine doses, biochemical or synergistic toxicity and IMRs is essential.”
The National Health Institutes further explained that five of the thirty-four nations with the best IMRs required 12 vaccine doses or the least amount.
And the vaccine schedules seem to only be increasing with time. In 1940, four shots were the most a child would get before the age of two. They were given one shot per visit, and that was it. By 1980 children received eight shots by the age of two and weren’t given more than two shots per visit. In 2012, this number had exponentially increased to 49 doses of 14 vaccines by the age of 6.
As the vaccines rates have increased, so have the rates of autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit disorder, obesity, obsessive compulsive disorder and a plethora of other medical and behavioral issues. Despite this, the CDC refuses to acknowledge any correlation between America’s plummeting health and vaccination schedules. Why? Because vaccines promote profits for a variety of corporations, mostly for the pharmaceutical industry.
With only a click of your mouse, it is easy to see the study referenced above. At the end of the study, both researchers call for further examination of the correlation between vaccines and biochemical or synergistic toxicity. What will it take for the American government to finally admit that increasing vaccination doses aren’t helping the population, but instead doing much more harm than good?