In this new eBook, written from the perspective of pediatricians working on the front lines of healthcare, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) deconstructs the fear-based media coverage to underscore children’s very low risk of serious coronavirus illness and help parents make well-informed decisions.
Media’s alarmism doesn’t square with the facts
Against all reasonable evidence, FDA then expanded that authorization in May 2021 to younger adolescents (ages 12–15), and on Nov. 2, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) signed off on Pfizer’s vaccine for children 5 to 11 years old.
To weigh the risk of natural infection — which confers strong and long-lasting immunity — against the risk of vaccination, it is essential parents and family members arm themselves with accurate and complete information.
In this comprehensive and extensively referenced eBook, CHD outlines the following:
- COVID vaccines also pose potential long-term risks for healthy young people, including possible effects on fertility. Four out of five pregnant women (82%) in one CDC study experienced pregnancy loss after receiving COVID injections in the first or second trimesters.
The COVID crisis has exposed the dangers of pronouncements on high from public health officials. As this eBook tries to show, one-size-fits-all public health measures are illogical, ineffective and harmful. Our children deserve far better.
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