I found the most interesting article in Discover magazine. It says that maybe Shaken Baby Syndrome doesn’t exist. In fact, it states that many of the symptoms associated with SBS can be attributed to vaccine reactions. However, Discover stops short of saying that vaccination is harmful. (After all, it’s a scientifically proven fact that vaccines work, so any information to the contrary must not be scientific...) This article discusses how mainstream medical opinion insists that SBS is a proven diagnosis, despite a mounting body of evidence to the contrary. If the SBS diagnosis is done away with, though, then it leaves the medical profession open to culpability for infants’ deaths from vaccination. But I like to see real questioning on this. It’s when we stop questioning that we stop truth.