By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
According to a new, scientific study that was published on April 9, 2012 by the Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, there is a definite link between overweight mothers and babies that are born with autism.
The results of the study were featured in an article that was published by the online magazine, Natural Society, on April 10, 2012. The author of the article, Anthony Gucciardi writes, “New research has drawn a direct link between obese mothers and autistic babies, finding that overweight pregnant women have a startling 67% higher chance of having an autistic child than those who are not.”
In 1998, a scientific study authored by Andrew Wakefield, M.D. was published by The Lancet that supposedly demonstrated a direct link between autism and the MMR vaccine. The study was later retracted by the journal in 2010; because it was determined that Dr. Wakefield had disregarded several scientific, research standards while completing his work. Many alternative health care practitioners believe the Wakefield study was not flawed and that it accurately reflected the true cause of autism.
To this day, there continues to be an ongoing debate over whether vaccines are a causal factor in the genesis of so many cases of autism in the United States and around the world.
Conventional, allopathic medicine is quick to offer a variety of reasons for the tremendous increase in autism cases nationally. None of the reasons, however, seem to be linked to the medical profession’s regular practice of vaccinating the world’s children with medicines that have a longstanding history of containing toxic ingredients including Mercury.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has a documented history of supporting the vaccine agenda. They regularly encourage pediatricians to coerce parents into vaccinating their children. They also provide a publication that teaches pediatricians how to profit, in a business sense, from administering toxic vaccines to young children.
One has to seriously question the objectivity and credibility of a study that was published and promoted by an organization that has such a long, documented history of being a strong proponent of vaccinating children.
Are we being lied to? Are we being fed a study that has been engineered to purposely confuse the public about the true cause of autism? What do you think about this controversial, scientific study?