We worry about our kids getting vaccines. Some of us believe they could cause autism. Some of us just aren't sure and so the fear of our kids getting whatever the vax is for outweighs the fear of autism. Because there is no known cause or cure, there are just far too many questions, concerns, and theories. And if you trust studies, there is a new one out telling us that there is no connection between the number of vaccines our children get and the risk of autism. This includes the number of vaccines given at one visit, as well as the total number within the first two years of life.
But the researchers at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention also found that even though most kids get more vaccinations today than in years past, those vaccines don't have as many substances in them to "provoke an immune response."
It's still a little confusing for the skeptics.