All of these can and do create minor to severe damage to the infant’s spine.
In a study conducted by the National Safety Council, 47.5% of the infants were discovered to have fallen head first from a high place during their first year of life.
AJDC 1993 147:87-92.
Although the amount of trauma associated with learning to walk is uncalculated, it is easy to understand the trauma associated with these repetitive falls.
One of the leading sources of head and neck trauma is bicycle accidents. The use of helmets does reduce head injuries, but unfortunately does little to protect the delicate cervical spine.
National Head Injury Foundation. Washington, D.C.
Playground equipment (slides, swings, monkey bars, etc.) is responsible for 118,000 accident-related injuries a year to children. The majority of injuries will be due to falls, with half resulting in head and cervical trauma.
Accidental injuries, Paulson J., 1987: 211-214
What we put into our bodies is what we become. Pesticides and chemicals on our fruits and vegetables are a part of this too. The water we drink and air we breathe are vital to health.
“Vaccines are highly noxious. They erode the immune system and alter the immunological response to disease, therefore the appearance of many new, autoimmune diseases.”
“Vaccination”, copyright 1993, Viera Scheibner Ph.D.