Caylin Laurie hopes a controversial winner, in which parents do not vaccinate their children, and stands behind her decision in the reaction – see her speculation (and CDC) here.
Teen Mommy 2 star Caylin Laurie, 26, revealed she has not vaccinated her 1-year-old son Lux on January 24, to the horror of Twitter. "Luxury is 18 months and not vaccinated. He was never really sick, and for me, I just think the more I do and the more educated I am, I just do not vaccinate him, "Caylin said of her latest episode. Coffee Convos podcast with co-host Lindsay Chrisley, "You're a parent, you know what's best for your child, and I'm not here to sue." And she meant it, adding that she did not care that her ex-husband Hawaii Marokin probably brought his son Lincoln to get the flu, at the request of his girlfriend Lauren Como"However, Caylin admits she feels" ignorant "of allowing doctors to vaccinate her firstborn, Isaac (Caylin met him when he was only 18 years old).
A day later, and Caylin sticks to her argument, as her critics (and there are many) appeared in her tweets on Twitter. "I mean, I guess the only thing I can really say and keep on standing is the parent is how best it is for your child and family," the MTV star said. In Touch Weekly. As a wink of the haters, she added: "People do not love everything I do, but I do not push my beliefs into another's throat. I know what is best for my children and other parents know what's best for them. "
As Caylin said, there are many people who certainly did not "love" her choice to be anti-vaccinations. "My problem is not your choice not to vaccinate, namely that you support false information about vaccines and autism in your podcast that reaches many young women and mothers.Notflix and Google's documentaries are not reliable sources of medical information, "Says a fan Shared on Twitter, referring to the fact that the co-host of the Caylin podcast claims to have found "links from the MMR vaccine to autism" after a study. Another fan added, "I just hope that when people say they have" done a study, "they mean clinical trials, not mom's blogs, there are more dangerous chemicals in the chicken than the ??♀ ва vaccine. is a questionable question, as Caylin has still urged her fellow anti-vaccination mothers to join.
Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warn that "any vaccine-preventable disease can strike at any time in the US; all these diseases are still circulating either in the United States or elsewhere in the world, "and the United States-specific diseases include pertussis, varicella, Hib (which can cause meningitis) and flu. These diseases, all of which can be prevented by vaccines, "can range from mild to severe and life-threatening" and can cause "outbreaks (groups of cases in a given area)," the government said.
Washington Governor. Jay Insell even declared a state of emergency on January 25 for an outbreak of measles in Clark County, as there are 30 confirmed cases of affected persons – 26 of them were not immunized, according to Seattle Times,