Vaccine Safety Manual

image Vaccines… are they good or bad? That’s an issue we hear debated a lot but it can be hard to get any concrete info on it. There are so many books out there on the subject and everyone seems to have their opinion. Since having another daughter my husband and I were forced to make a decision about the issue. After reading several books and websites I was leaning one way but wasn’t totally SURE about it. This all changed when I read the “Vaccine Safety Manual for Concerned Families and Health Practitioners” by Neil Z. Miller.

This book is FULL of research and statistics on vaccines. It describes each disease and how dangerous it is, explains the vaccines used and their effectiveness and gives the history of how the disease has been treated through time. This is absolutely the BEST book I have read on the issue of vaccines! It supplied all the information I was looking for and enabled me to make a well informed decision that I can feel confident about. I absolutely recommend this book to EVERY parent! This is a must read that you can’t afford to miss!

  • Do you mind sharing what your decision was regarding vaccines for your family?  This is a big thing for us, since there’s so much debate over the autism-vaccine issue.  At this point, we are not going to do any more vaccines. At least, until they’re older.  If you want the story behind our decision I can email you.

  • Hi Joanna,
    It’s so good to hear from you! I miss staying up to date on everyone since going off Facebook.
    As far as the vaccine issue, we had originally planned on doing delayed vaccination (after 1 year), but after looking into it more we’ve decided to skip the vaccinations all together. It will be interesting to compare the girl’s health because we did the normal vaccination schedule with our first (Emma). We’ve also decided not to get any booster shots for Emma though.