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But imagine if we just walked through the forest, and we did a little homeschooling of learning what's going on in this pond, and we didn't have screens, and we didn't have news and we didn't have movies, and we didn't have video games, you could probably down regulate the level of anxiety and intensity going on in the brain, where perhaps you could actually regain focus regain balance of your neurotransmitters.
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The Vaccine-Friendly Plan is a place to start researching your decision on whether or not to vaccinate according to the CDC recommendations.
Dr. Paul's book, The Vaccine-Friendly Plan, may not align with his latest findings on the Vaxxed-Unvaxxed data. However, it still serves as a valuable tool for those who follow the CDC schedule. The book offers peer-reviewed information encouraging parents and guardians to think critically about vaccine decisions. While Dr. Paul cautions against following the Vaccine-Friendly Plan, it can still be a helpful resource for those seeking a starting point for their vaccine journey.
Dr. Paul's research: https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/17/22/8674/pdf, though wrongfully retracted as shown in this study: Revisiting Excess Diagnoses of Illnesses and Conditions in Children Whose Parents Provided Informed Permission to Vaccinate clearly shows that those children who were not vaccinated were much healthier than those who followed the Vaccine-Friendly Plan.
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Dr. Paul Thomas (affectionately known as “Dr. Paul”) received his MD from Dartmouth Medical School in 1985 and completed his pediatric residency at the University of California, San Diego. He retired in 2022.
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