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|| Toxins, toxins, toxins: raising healthy children in a poisoned world -- Pregnancy matters: protecting your baby before birth -- Welcome to the world, Baby: the first hours of life -- The first two weeks of life -- The two-month visit: baby's first vaccines -- Keeping your baby healthy in the first nine months -- Your one-year-old -- The toddler and preschool years -- Baby's going to school? Common illnesses, common complaints, and common sense about vaccines for your school-age child -- "It's your fault I failed my driver's license test, Mo-om!": keeping preteens and teens healthy without sacrificing your sanity -- The best ways to support your child's immune system: Dr. Paul's cheat sheet -- So where do we go from here? -- Appendixes. A. Recommended reading -- B. CDC vaccination schedules, 1983 and 2016 -- C. Ten questions to ask when looking for a pediatrician -- D. List of vaccine ingredients, by vaccine -- E. Clinical data from Dr. Paul's practice -- F. If your child has a bad vaccine reaction: how to file a VAERS report -- G. Science every parent should know about -- H. FDA statement on injected aluminum safety -- I. Dr. Paul's vaccine plan at a glance.
|| "The new standard for pediatric care from one of today's most trusted pediatricians Paul Thomas, M.D., is a vaccine-friendly doctor: knowledgeable about both the latest scientific research and the community's disease exposure, and respectful of a family's risk factors, health history, and concerns. In The Vaccine-Friendly Plan, he presents his proven approach to building immunity, a new protocol that limits a child's exposure to aluminum, mercury, and other neurotoxins while building overall good health. Based on the results from his pediatric practice of more than eleven thousand children, as well as data from other credible and scientifically minded medical doctors, Dr. Paul's vaccine-friendly protocol gives readers recommendations for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth vital information about what to expect at every well child visit from birth through adolescence a slower, evidence-based vaccine schedule that calls for only one aluminum-containing shot at a time important questions to ask about your child's first few weeks, first years, and beyond advice about how to talk to health care providers when you have concerns the risks associated with opting out of vaccinations a practical approach to common illnesses throughout the school years simple tips and tricks for healthy eating and toxin-free living at any age Accessible and reassuring, The Vaccine-Friendly Plan presents a new standard for pediatric care, giving parents peace of mind in raising happy, healthy children"-- Provided by publisher.