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Over-the-counter Medication Causes Brain Damage in Babies and Small Children

Emma Tekstra > Children  > Over-the-counter Medication Causes Brain Damage in Babies and Small Children

When I was a new Mum 18 years ago I put complete trust in my pediatrician to guide me along the uncertain journey of motherhood. The little squirming bundle in my arms relied on me completely for safety and sustenance. As I write this week I am dropping off that little bundle at a major 4-year college to study engineering out of our home state. There were many years when college seemed like a pipedream for my son due to my unquestioning faith back then in what modern medicine was telling me. I don’t want you to make the same mistake.


You can read about my awakening as I outline all the science for you about what really makes a healthy human in my upcoming book due out spring 2024. In the meantime I am happy to share with you an article from my friend Jennifer Margulis, an award-winning investigative journalist and author who has made a career of highlighting the realities behind accepted medical care and medicine.

A former regular writer for the Epoch Times, Jennifer is now best found on her Substack where she posts on a variety of topics. This article outlines how Johnson & Johnson, the makers of Tylenol (also known as acetaminophen, Paracetamol or Panadol) have gone after a research scientist, Dr William Parker, one of many scientists around the world raising the alarm over this product and its implication in neurological disorders arising in babies and young children.

Jennifer Margulis Substack article


Also see Jennifer’s website where she has posted one Mom’s story of how her previously healthy developing boy descended into severe autism after his 12-month vaccines coupled with several doses of Tylenol.

One Mom’s story

We’ll explore alternative fever and pain reduction solutions for children in later posts but a wet towel on the head or a dip in a cold bath is a good start. Remember fevers are the body’s natural way to fight the infection and are not necessarily a bad sign unless they get dangerously high. You could also look into Homeopathy as more gentle for infants and children as well as Essential Oils – a blend of peppermint and orange diluted in a carrier oil (such as almond, coconut or jojoba) placed along the spine can bring down a fever surprisingly quickly.

Emma Tekstra
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