Kristin Cavallari Defends Controversial Decision Not To Vaccinate Kids

Fri, March 14, 2014 6:20pm EDT by 38 Comments
Kristen Cavallari Not Vaccinating Kids
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emily

Posted at 12:18 PM on September 30, 2014  

People really need to open their eyes. Educate yourself and don’t just buy what the doctors say. Did you read the article above. It states the results of the study only found 14 side effects. Are you kidding my only 14. My parents, myself and siblings, and my children were never vaccinated and we are all totally healthy. My parents are healthy than a lot of younger people I know. I also have a friend who gets the flu shot every year and every year she gets so sick from it and some years she still gets the flu. HELLO – PEOPLE WAKE UP.

I just heard in the news yesterday that there are 9 cases of children having polio and guess what…they are all current with all their shots. Now what does that tell you. The “vaccines” are worthless. I have never had polio, my children never have, my parents never have.

To Mark: what do parents of autistic children who have given their kids shots tell them…Sorry, I didn’t just my own common sense, I just did what the doctors told me?

Infants are so pure, why would you go and pump them full of diseases right away? That’s what the vaccine is you know.

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accc

Posted at 5:05 PM on October 8, 2014  

You are so dumb. You sound so ignorant. Just because you “claim” that your parents are more healthy than younger people doesn’t mean anything.
Also, your friend who gets the flu vaccine…the seasonal flu vaccine is just for ONE of the strains of the flu. There are more than one strains of the flu.
And the parents with children with autism that gave them shots will say, “Sorry our GENES suck because you have a GENETIC disorder that has nothing to do with shots.”
And yes you give the child (or whoever) a vaccine that has dead/weakend cells of the disease so that their immune system can make antibodies of the disease to be able to fight off the disease if live,active cells of the disease ever attacks their immune system. That’s how the body works. By giving a child a vaccine you are strengthening their body.

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Mark

Posted at 8:21 PM on April 16, 2014  

There are not two sides to every story, as Ms Cavallari states. Sometimes, as in this case, there is objective fact. Opinion does not enter into it. Not vaccinating your children will always, empirically, statisically increase their risk of death and disease. Vaccinating your children will never cause autism.

Parents who fail to understand, or choose not to trust science and medicine, put their children at risk. This at a time of life when their children are at their most vulnerable, and are totally dependant on their parents making wise decisions.

For parents who choose not to vaccinate: will you hold yourself responsible if your child develops polio, or develops permanent brain damage? How will you explain to your children that you chose to ignore the advice of ALL the medical experts in the field (including WHO, CDC, AMA) and as a result of your bad choice, your child was permanently maimed.

Will you tell your children you knew more then their doctor?

What gives you the right to play doctor with a helpless child?

Your concern as a parent does not give you expertise or wisdom.

It is not a question of opinions. There are not different solutions for different people.

As House said, “You don’t believe in vaccines? Do you believe in tiny little coffins then?”

Ignorance is no excuse for neglect.

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Laurie Sheridan

Posted at 2:09 PM on August 8, 2014  

AVOID VACCINES

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