Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12-year-old U.S. children

If the effects of vaccination on health were limited to protection against the targeted pathogens, as is assumed to be the case, no difference in outcomes would be expected between the vaccinated and
unvaccinated groups except for reduced rates of the targeted infectious diseases. However, in this homogeneous sample of 666 children there were striking differences in diverse health outcomes between the groups. The vaccinated were less likely to have had chickenpox or whooping cough, as expected, but more likely to have been diagnosed
with pneumonia and ear infections as well as allergies and NDDs.
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