01-13-2017, 10:07 AM
OK, so I am not an anti-vaxxer (I don't think!) so I don't know if I qualify to answer this, but....
My wife and I read (well, she read, I got bits and pieces) a book called:
Raise a Smarter Child by Kindergarten: Raise IQ by up to 30 points and turn on your child's smart genes
It's a perfectly acceptable, mainstream book. It was at the public library, which is where we got it (purists, please don't stone me). We weren't looking for anything on vaccines at all, but more what you'd expect from the title (of course).
But the author, a Dr. David Perlmutter, has a chapter on vaccines toward the end. He lays out that there is some research and some cause to believe that the extremely accelerated, jam-packed vaccine schedule that's the standard recommended one may have deleterious effects on the brains and mental abilities (that's what he's concerned about, after all) of children. And furthermore, there is no evidence and no reason to believe that a somewhat slowed-down, calmed-down, spread-out schedule will put your child at any greater risk. And so he recommends a more gradual schedule. He even has possible schedule charts, etc. -- it's pretty practical. So check it out.