Table of contents for The parents' concise guide to vaccinations : practical medical and natural ways to protect your child / Lauren Feder.

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Introduction: The Vaccination Controversy
	
Chapter 1	The Natural Parenting Approach to Health
Chapter 2	The Immune System and Vaccinations
Chapter 3	Pros and Cons of Vaccination
Chapter 4	Government, Pharmaceutical Companies, and Vaccine Safety
Chapter 5	Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule
	Standard Schedule for Children by Age 6
		Hepatitis B
		Rotavirus
		Haemophilus Influenza, Type B (HIB Meningitis)
		DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)
		Pneumococcus (PCV)
		MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
		Varicella (Chickenpox)
		Hepatitis A
		Influenza
	Tuberculosis Skin Test
	Vaccines for Teens
 Meningitis
		HPV
	Travel Vaccines (one paragraph each)
		Cholera
		Hepatitis A (see above)
		Malaria
		Typhoid
		Yellow fever
	May also want to mention, very briefly, anthrax and smallpox vaccines
	
Chapter 6	Alternatives to Standard Vaccine Schedule
	No Vaccines
	Selective Schedule
	Medical Insurance Coverage of Shots
	School Exemptions
	Homeopathic Vaccines (Nosodes)
Chapter 7	Safe Shot Strategy
	Prevent Vaccine Side Effects
	Natural Treatment Before and After the Shot
	Recognizing Vaccine Reactions (Immediate and Delayed)
	
Chapter 8	How to Determine What Vaccines are Right for Your Child 
 What¿s Right For My Child (What Should I Do)?
 Determine Child¿s Risk for Diseases, Side Effects
 Determine Your Philosophy of Health
 Be Aware of Financial, Legal Issues

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Vaccination of children -- Popular works.
Immunization of children -- Popular works.
Vaccination of children -- Complications -- Risk factors.
Vaccines -- Health aspects.