A indústria da morte – Multiple vaccine doses have resulted in up to 145,000 child deaths in past 20 years

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Ao final veja mais publicações sobre o mesmo assunto, não divulgado no Brasil: o país da vacinação para tudo.

Esta é uma das razões porque foi denunciado por vários médicos que a disponibilização da informação médica de que  10.000 UI do hormônio-vitamina D subtrai 40% dos lucros anuais da Indústria Farmacêutica.  Este hormônio substituiria de forma efetiva “vacinas contra gripes”.   Também é a razão da forte reação contrária de segmentos da medicina no Brasil, procurando “aterrorizar” pacientes e cidadãos para não reporem este importante hormônio, seja pela exposição solar adequada, seja pela suplementação.

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VACINAÇÃO

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(NaturalNews) The recommended childhood vaccination schedule has changed dramatically over the years, with children now receiving upwards of 30 vaccines, including multiple combination vaccines, before the age of six. And in many cases, doctors and nurses administer half a dozen or more vaccines all at once during a single visit to make sure children get all these shots and to save time. But according to data compiled from the government’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), as many as 145,000 children or more have died throughout the past 20 years as a result of this multiple vaccine dose approach, and few parents are aware of this shocking fact.

In a study recently published in the journal Human & Experimental Toxicology, researchers evaluated the overall number of hospitalizations and deaths associated with vaccines administered between 1990 and 2010, and compared this data to the number of vaccines given at one time to individual children. Hospitalizations and deaths resulting from one vaccine dose were compared to those of two vaccine doses, in other words, and the same all the way up to eight vaccine doses. Researchers also evaluated overall hospitalization and death rates associated with getting one to four combined vaccine doses, five to eight combined vaccine doses, and one to eight combined vaccine doses.

Upon analysis, the team found that the more vaccines a child receives during a single doctor visit, the more likely he or she is to suffer a severe reaction or even die. According to Heidi Stevenson from Gaia Health, for each additional vaccine a child receives, his or her chance of death increases by an astounding 50 percent — and with each additional vaccine dose, chances of having to be hospitalized for severe complications increase two-fold. To sum it all up, the overall size of the vaccine load was found to be directly associated with hospitalization and death risk, illustrating the incredible dangers of administering multiple vaccines at once.

Parents of children who become injured after just one vaccine tend to cease further vaccinations, suggests data

Interestingly, the total number of reported hospitalizations and deaths from getting just one vaccine was higher than the number reported for getting two, three, or even four vaccines. Though the precise reason for this is unknown, it is believed that newborns mostly fall into the one vaccine category, and those that are injured by a single vaccine tend not to get any more vaccines, hence the immediate decrease observed among children who received only two vaccines. Once a child reaches five vaccinations; however, the hospitalization and death rate jumps dramatically, the reason for which was not investigated as part of the study.

“Our findings show a positive correlation between the number of vaccine doses administered and the percentage of hospitalizations and deaths reports to VAERS,” wrote the authors in their conclusion. “In addition, younger infants were significantly more likely than older infants to be hospitalized or die after receiving vaccines. Since vaccines are administered to millions of infants every year, it is imperative that health authorities have scientific data from synergistic toxicity studies on all combinations of vaccines that infants are likely to receive.”

You can view the complete results of the study in their entirety here: http://gaia-health.com

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Deficiência de vitamina D na gravidez eleva risco de esquizofrenia – Low vitamin D in newborns linked to schizophrenia

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Age-standardised disability-adjusted life year (DALY) rates from Schizophrenia by country (per 100,000 inhabitants). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Duas matérias, a primeira em português, outra a seguir em inglês.

Deficiência de vitamina D na gravidez eleva risco de esquizofrenia, diz cientista australiano

Nos últimos sete anos, o biólogo Darryl Eyles, diretor do laboratório de neurobiologia do Centro de Estudos em Saúde Mental de Queensland (Austrália), coordenou uma pesquisa sobre o impacto da deficiência de vitamina D na gestação no desenvolvimento da esquizofrenia –distúrbio caracterizado por sintomas como alucinações, cujas causas ainda são pouco compreendidas pela ciência.

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Os resultados da pesquisa foram apresentados no seminário “Origens Desenvolvimentistas da Saúde e da Doença”, realizado no Instituto da Criança do Hospital das Clínicas da USP (Universidade de São Paulo), nos dias 25 e 26 de setembro, em São Paulo. Na ocasião, Eyles deu a seguinte entrevista à Folha.

Folha – Por que a associação entre vitamina D e esquizofrenia?

Darryl Eyles – A hipótese surgiu com um dado dos estudos epidemiológicos. A maioria dos pacientes com esquizofrenia nasceu nos meses de primavera e inverno, quando diminuem os níveis de vitamina D no organismo da mãe.

Folha – Como foi feita a pesquisa?

Eyles – Foi um estudo em animais, para ver se os que nasceram de mães com deficiência de vitamina D tinham alterações na morfologia do cérebro relacionadas à esquizofrenia. Quando não houve privação da vitamina, ou quando ela ocorreu só no primeiro trimestre da gestação, não se observou sinais do distúrbio, mas a deficiência no final da gestação provocou alterações no cérebro. Os resultados foram iguais em testes comportamentais.

Folha – A pesquisa limitou-se aos animais?

Eyles – Partimos de dados populacionais, mas os testes foram feitos em animais. Há uma parte da pesquisa, ainda em andamento, com humanos. Na Dinamarca, estamos recolhendo amostras de sangue de recém-nascidos, e pretendemos acompanhar o aparecimento de distúrbios na vida adulta.

Folha – Se a hipótese for confirmada, o que pode ser feito?

Eyles – Para saber se uma intervenção com vitamina D durante a gestação pode prevenir eventos futuros, precisamos de grandes estudos, que ainda não foram feitos. Mas acho que pode ser uma saída. Há um trabalho no Canadá sustentando que a suplementação na gestação pode prevenir defeitos no feto.

Folha – Como seria feita essa suplementação?

Eyles – Em termos de desenvolvimento neurológico do feto, deveria ser feita a partir do segundo trimestre da gravidez.

Folha – É possível suplementar o bebê após o nascimento?

Eyles – Suplementar a mãe é o modelo. Mas creio que há uma “janela” entre o terceiro trimestre da gestação e o primeiro ano de vida que, arrisco dizer, pode ser usada para prevenir problemas neurológicos.

Folha – Em países tropicais, a exposição ao sol garante os níveis de vitamina D?

Eyles – Fizemos uma pesquisa epidemiológica na Austrália, incluindo regiões de clima tropical e de clima temperado. Observamos que em ambas ocorre deficiência de vitamina D no inverno. Há vários fatores que influem na exposição ao sol, como os hábitos urbanos e o uso de bloqueadores solares.

Fonte: Folha On Line
http://www.west1.com.br/news.php?recid=1862

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MARTIN MITTELSTAEDT
The Globe and Mail
Published Thursday, Sep. 09 2010, 2:30 PM EDT
Last updated Thursday, Aug. 23 2012, 4:25 PM EDT

The cause of schizophrenia has long baffled doctors, but a tantalizing clue has emerged that some cases of the debilitating mental disorder are linked to having too little vitamin D during fetal development and early in life.

Researchers studying schizophrenia cases in Denmark have discovered that newborns with the lowest level of the sunshine vitamin in their blood at birth had about twice the risk of developing the disease when they became adults, compared to those with moderate amounts.

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Vários países fortificam os alimentos com Vitamina D para prevenir doenças

The finding suggests it may be possible to reduce the incidence of the illness by having babies and pregnant women either take the vitamin, or increase their exposure to sunshine, the natural way of making the nutrient.

“The study opens up the possibility that improving vitamin D levels in pregnant women and newborn babies could reduce the risk of later schizophrenia,” observes John McGrath, director of the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research, one of a team of Australian and Danish researchers who conducted the investigation.

A paper on the findings appeared earlier this week in Archives of General Psychiatry. The research is the first to link neonatal vitamin D levels and the brain disease.

Schizophrenia is a severe mental illness in which people often experience hallucinations and hear voices. It typically develops in young adults, around the age of 20, and causes a lifetime of symptoms that sometimes can be controlled through medications.

It’s thought that the disease lies dormant until after puberty, when changes in the brain allow symptoms to break through and become apparent.

Researchers have long scratched their heads over why some people develop the disease, which affects an estimated one person out of 100 in Canada. Previous studies have found it’s more common in children born to older fathers, for instance, as well as among those living in urban areas, and in non-white immigrants to northern latitude areas.

But one previously identified risk factor has hinted at an insufficiency of vitamin D: the time of year a child is born. Children with winter births, when mothers’ vitamin D levels are typically low because of the lack of exposure to strong sunlight, have about a 10-per-cent higher risk of schizophrenia than those born at other times of the year. Fetuses depend entirely on their mothers for the nutrient.

For winter births, this seasonal fetal vitamin D famine occurs during the last stages of pregnancy, a time when brain development is very rapid and the lack of a key nutrient could have a major impact. The new research is an important breakthrough because it tracked actual vitamin D levels in children, rather than the inferred amounts from the season of birth.

Previous experiments by Dr. McGrath have found that pregnant rats deprived of vitamin D give birth to pups with altered brain development. One possible link to schizophrenia suspected by the researchers is that too little vitamin D before birth alters the brain’s dopamine system, an important chemical factor influencing mood and other mental processes.

The research on newborns was based Denmark’s vaunted Newborn Screening Biobank, which has collected dried blood samples from all children born in the country since 1981. Vitamin D levels in the blood were compared in 424 people, ranging in age from 16 to 29, who had developed schizophrenia and an equal number of so-called controls who had not. These comparisons found the excess risk among those with low levels.

A paradoxical finding in the research is that the babies with the highest amounts of vitamin D also had an elevated risk of the mental disease, at first glance suggesting that both too little or too much of the nutrient might be a bad thing when it comes to schizophrenia.

But Dr. McGrath played down this possibility and said there may be a subgroup of the population that has difficulty metabolizing vitamin D into the form used by cells, causing levels of the nutrient to build up in their blood. These individuals would consequently have cells experiencing shortages, while simultaneously having high blood levels awaiting to be converted.

Dr. McGrath said the possibility that there is a vitamin D resistant part of the population is “pure speculation,” and needs to be confirmed by more research into genetic differences in the way people metabolize the nutrient.

Fonte:  http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/health/conditions/low-vitamin-d-in-newborns-linked-to-schizophrenia/article4268128/
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Nascituros aprendem línguas no ventre materno desde a décima semana – Unborn Babies Learn Language in Womb, as Early as 10 Weeks

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Fonte: http://news.discovery.com/human/language-learning-begins-before-birth-130103.html

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New reports of fascinating research show babies can distinguish between their native language and foreign languages when they’re just a few hours old. A new study found that and suggests they start absorbing language before birth.

The report shows sensory and brain mechanisms for hearing develop by 30 weeks of the gestational age. The study’s authors said the unborn child starts listening to the mother’s voice during the last 10 weeks of pregnancy.

For weeks before birth, babies absorb the nuances of their mothers’ words. And within hours after they are born, they can already tell the difference between their native language and foreign tongues.

The new finding suggests that language learning begins prenatally, perhaps as soon as fetuses are able to hear — after about 30 weeks of gestation — with their initial focus on vowel sounds, which are louder, longer and more rhythmic than consonants.

NEWS: Are Some Brains Better At Learning Languages?

LANGUAGE LEARNING BEGINS IN WOMB

 

For weeks before birth, babies absorb the nuances of their mothers’ words. And within hours after they are born, they can already tell the difference between their native language and foreign tongues.

The new finding suggests that language learning begins prenatally, perhaps as soon as fetuses are able to hear — after about 30 weeks of gestation — with their initial focus on vowel sounds, which are louder, longer and more rhythmic than consonants.

“The mother has first dibs on influencing the child’s brain,” said Patricia Kuhl, of the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington, in a press release. “The vowel sounds in her speech are the loudest units and the fetus locks onto them.”

Previous studies have shown that the perception of speech sounds develops in infants long before they are able to speak themselves.

Between the ages of 6 months and a year, for example, babies quickly get better at telling the difference between sounds often used in their native languages. At the same time, they rapidly lose the ability to distinguish between the typical sounds of other languages.

NEWS: Bilingual Babies Learn Language In The Womb

To see just how early those abilities develop, Kuhl and colleagues tested 40 American newborns and 40 Swedish newborns, all between seven hours and three days old. While still in the hospital, each infant listened through headphones to 17 computer-generated examples of the English vowel sound used in syllables like “fee” and 17 examples of the Swedish vowel sound used in syllables like “fy.” During the experiment, babies sucked on sensor-equipped pacifiers.

When exposed to vowel sounds from their non-native language, babies sucked longer than they did if they heard vowel sounds that their mothers frequently spoke, the researchers will report in the journal Acta Paediatrica. Sucking longer is an established response in infants to something that is unfamiliar or novel to them.

NEWS: Newborns Pick Up Language In The Womb

“The results of our study support the hypothesis that language experienced in utero affects vowel perception,” the researchers wrote. “These results suggest that birth is not a benchmark that reflects a complete separation between the effects of nature versus those of nurture on infants’ perception of the phonetic units of speech.”

Long before parents start watching their words, it seems, their kids are taking in everything they say.

Photo: A fetus in the third trimester. Credit: iStockPhoto

Fonte: http://news.discovery.com/human/language-learning-begins-before-birth-130103.html

 

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