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|#42 - Uh, yay? I guess?||06/08/2014 on clot block||+1|
|#38 - So am I just a brain living in a mass of tiny other organisms? [+] (12 new replies)||06/08/2014 on clot block||+1|
|#71 - I always through Charles Muntz was based off Charles Lindbergh… [+] (3 new replies)||06/07/2014 on Up||+3|
|#271 - Nonono don't feel like an ass D :||06/06/2014 on So I heard you like cringe...||+1|
|#269 - They're fine on light days, but when your cooter is re-enactin… [+] (2 new replies)||06/06/2014 on So I heard you like cringe...||+1|
|#60 - I don't really believe that vaccines cause autism, but my mom … [+] (15 new replies)||06/06/2014 on (untitled)||0|
#71 - devout feminist (06/06/2014) [-]
Vaccines don't cause Autism, it's the Ethyl-Mercury that does, which is still being inserted into vaccines.
#85 - amazingunicorn (06/06/2014) [-]
Thimerosal does not stay in the body a long time so it does not build up and reach harmful levels. When thimerosal enters the body, it breaks down, to ethylmercury and thiosalicylate, which are easily eliminated.
Despite concerns, several studies have now proven that thimerosal in vaccines did not cause autism:
A study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine in 2003 by Paul Stehr-Green found that more children in Sweden and Denmark were diagnosed with autism after removal of thimerosal from vaccines in those countries.
Kreesten Madsen reviewed the medical record of a thousand autistic children diagnosed between 1971 and 2000 and found that despite removal of thimerosal from vaccines, the incidence of autism diagnoses increased between 1992 and 2000. The study was published in Pediatrics in 2003.
Similarly, Anders Hviid studied Danish children between 1990 and 1996 and found that the number of children with autism increased after thimerosal was removed from vaccines. This study was published in 2003 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
#86 - amazingunicorn (06/06/2014) [-]
A study of more than 14,000 children in the United Kingdom found no evidence of increased autism relative to exposure to thimerosal. The study, by Jon Heron, was published in 2004 in the journal Pediatrics.
Another study in the same issue of Pediatrics by Nick Andrews studied the records of more than one hundred thousand children who received different amounts of thimerosal and did not find evidence that exposure to thimerosal led to neurodevelopmental disorders.
In 2004 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) reviewed more than 200 studies related to thimerosal and autism. They concluded that there was no relationship to cause concern.
A study published in 2006 by Eric Fombonne looked at 28,000 children born in Canada between 1987 and 1998, a period during which there were varied amounts of thimerosal contained in recommended vaccines. Fombonne's study, published in Pediatrics, also concluded no relationship between quantity of thimerosal a child was exposed to and development of autism.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a study by Bill Thompson and colleagues in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2007. The study compared results of forty separate tests performed on one thousand children exposed to thimerosal-containing vaccines and again, found no link between quantities of thimerosal and development of autism.
Schechter and Grether published a study of rates of autism diagnosed in California between 1995 and 2007 and found that despite removal of thimerosal from vaccines, rates of autism have continued to increase. The study was published in Archives of General Psychiatry.
#87 - amazingunicorn (06/06/2014) [-]
In addition, several other pieces of information add to the reassurance provided by these studies:
In 1971 Iraq imported grain that had been fumigated with methylmercury. Farmers ate bread made from this grain. The result was one of the worst, single-source, mercury poisonings in history. Methylmercury in the grain caused the hospitalization of 6,500 Iraqis and killed 450. Pregnant women also ate the bread and delivered babies with epilepsy and mental retardation. But they didn't deliver babies with an increased risk of autism.
Studies of the head size, speech patterns, vision, coordination and sensation of children poisoned by mercury show that the symptoms of mercury poisoning are clearly different from the symptoms of autism.
Methylmercury is found in low levels in water, infant formula and breast milk. Although it is clear that large quantities of mercury can damage the nervous system, there is no evidence that the small quantities contained in water, infant formula and breast milk do. An infant who is exclusively breastfed will ingest more than twice the quantity of mercury that was ever contained in vaccines and fifteen times the quantity of mercury contained in the influenza vaccine.
#88 - amazingunicorn (06/06/2014) [-]
More information can be found here: www.chop.edu/service/vaccine-education-center/vaccine-safety/vaccine-ingredients/thimerosal.html (SFW)
|#123 - Picture||06/05/2014 on Having emotions is nice.||0|
|#151 - True, true...||06/05/2014 on So I heard you like cringe...||0|
|#11 - >wears tampons Implying she doesn't? That… [+] (18 new replies)||06/05/2014 on So I heard you like cringe...||+61|
#187 - devout feminist (06/06/2014) [-]
Well, I usally go for the tampons when the flow is like Niagara. And then at night, when pad is the only option, like 50% of the time it bleeds through. But grills who hates tampons; Why?
#92 - devout feminist (06/06/2014) [-]
depends on which types of pads you use
i prefer pads myself
#88 - devout feminist (06/06/2014) [-]
Feels like wearing a diaper and it bleed through as well as to the side
#239 - devout feminist (06/06/2014) [-]
How can you hate the feeling of tampons? If you put it in right you can't feel anything at all
|#148 - The ones who are just kids make me especially sad. Th… [+] (2 new replies)||06/05/2014 on So I heard you like cringe...||+2|
|#131 - Semi-related||06/05/2014 on Come on baby||+4|
|#321 - Picture||06/05/2014 on Concerned Moms Against Anime||0|
|#148 - Best I got bro||06/05/2014 on The Lion King||0|
|#161 - GOOOOOOOOOOD DAMMIT||06/05/2014 on Minecraft is Love||+1|
|#123 - 4 and 6 really rustle me.||06/05/2014 on Some More Brain Food||+1|
|#128 - The elephant from Achievement Unlocked 2. Well, he br…||06/05/2014 on smartass||0|
|#47 - Picture||06/05/2014 on Movie date with a black lady||+2|
|#107 - Kimba the White Lion, an old manga-turned anime from the guy w… [+] (1 new reply)||06/05/2014 on The Lion King||+3|
|#103 - Join the club, there's like three people below me mentioning it||06/04/2014 on The Lion King||+2|
|#66 - Picture||06/04/2014 on What it takes for a few...||+2|
|#65 - Protip: Don't watch movies like this as a young child, or you … [+] (2 new replies)||06/04/2014 on What it takes for a few...||+12|
|#97 - *COUGH COUGH* I regret nothing. [+] (7 new replies)||06/04/2014 on The Lion King||+3|
#101 - Blasphemer (06/04/2014) [-]
And the fact that OP is being straight up genious for noticing the nazi analogy, I mean, like, who the fuck would ever figure that one out?
And the fact that after I watched it few weeks ago I figured it's one of the worst written stories ever. Plagiarism aside.
|#96 - Picture||06/04/2014 on The Lion King||+3|
|#67 - **icametocomment rolled user Hawke **||06/03/2014 on Say what, bitch||+3|
|#109 - Picture||06/03/2014 on (untitled)||0|