As vaccination rates go up, so does infant mortality – could injecting newborns with toxic chemicals be behind SIDS?

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Evidence continues to mount that points to vaccines as the “mystery” trigger behind SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome. A recent study published in the journal Acta Neuropathologica, as well as extensive data on vaccination rates and the timing of SIDS cases, suggests that vaccines may be inhibiting the proper development of the hippocampus in some babies, resulting in the various breathing and cardiac failures that lead to SIDS.

Researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School inadvertently discovered this after observing that nearly half of all infants in a group who died from SIDS had a unique abnormality in their hippocampus that was not present in infants who died from other other known causes. Based on their observations, it is now believed that this abnormality upsets the brain’s ability to regulate breathing and heart rate patterns during sleep, which is when SIDS typically occurs.

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