New Longitudinal Study ConfirmsMercury and Autism RelationshipBy Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
World Mercury ProjectThe international journal, Science of the Total Environment, has just published a compelling study from the Republic of Korea, where autism prevalence is high. The study identifies a strong relationship between prenatal and early childhood exposure to mercury and autistic behaviors in five-year-olds.The Republic of Korea’s immunization rates have been steadily climbing (along with autism rates) since the 1990s, with nearly universal (98%-99%) coverage, for example, for measles and DTP3 in one-year-olds. Is it simply a coincidence that “neuro-psychiatric conditions” represent the single largest cause of “years of healthy life lost due to disability” (YLD) in the Republic of Korea? READ MORE.
RFK, Jr. & Tucker Carlson Interviewfrom Monday night, 7-10-17
In case you missed it Monday night or didn't see it on our FaceBook page, we wanted to make sure you saw RFK, Jr.'s interview on the 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' show that aired July 10th. Many important issues were discussed: pharmaceutical financial influence that shuts down important vaccine safety discussions in the media, liability protection for vaccine manufacturers causing a lack of incentive for safe products, no adequate vaccine safety testing by our Federal agencies and more. Watch the interview.Be sure to spread the word about this important interview by sharing with friends. And, be sure to thank Tucker Carlson for discussing vaccine safety at firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you from The World Mercury Project Team!
New EPA Rules for Amalgam DisposalTake Effect TodayMercury is a harmful neurotoxin. When ingested, it may cause adverse health effects in people of all ages, but it’s most damaging to developing fetuses. In fact, dental offices are the largest source of the mercury that ends up in sewers and publicly owned treatment works. Dental professionals play a vital role in preventing the harmful effects of mercury in the environment. READ MORE.
The Arctic is Full of Mercury, and ScientistsThink They Know How It’s Getting There
Vast amounts of toxic mercury are accumulating in the Arctic tundra, threatening the health and well-being of people, wildlife and waterways according to a new study in the journal, Nature. READ MORE.
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