In addition to that Mercola asserts that there are many different causes of

In addition to that mercola asserts that there are

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In addition to that, Mercola asserts that there are many different causes of autism and vaccines is one of them. He makes reference to that in 1983 preceding the autism disease started, children were required to get 10 vaccinations before entering school. “Today, they are 2
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ARGUMENT ANALYSIS getting a minimum of 24 vaccinations before the end of their first year—and 36 when they begin their school” (Mercola, 2011). The utter number of vaccines given to young kids is a noteworthy contributor to this present nation's falling newborn child death rates. In order to support her assertion, he commends Dr. Russell Blaylock’s theory that excessive vaccinations can possibly trigger autism. The brain has its own particular immune system, separate from that of the rest of the body. When a person is immunized, specific insusceptible cells in the cerebrum, the microglia, become enacted (Mercola, 2011). Numerous vaccinations divided over-stimulate the microglia, making them a discharge of poisonous elements - cytokines, chemokines, excitotoxins, proteases, supplement, free radicals; these chemicals harm synapses and the connection of their synapses. Mercola uses this theory to prove that autism is linked with vaccinations. Be that as it may, Mercola's declarations appear to be defective and, consequently, should be assessed for precision. The Problem with Mercola’s Arguments Mercola's arguments are great and yet, they appear to have ignored a couple of things. He claims that the vaccination shots significantly aggravated an underlying mitochondrial disorder and resulted in a brain disorder with features of autism spectrum disorder (Mercola 2011). Vaccinations can be harmful to some, but at the same time it helps prevent so many deadly diseases. According to the article Why Are Childhood Vaccines So Important?, Deadly diseases that once used to be so common in the United States and all around the globe, which includes polio, measles, diphtheria, pertussis (challenging hack), rubella (German measles), mumps, tetanus, rotavirus, and Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) can now easily be avoided by vaccination (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2018). This explains
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