Ohio mother's mother against her son's son is suffering from non-conscious and unhealthy theories of youth vaccines. Recently, Ethan Lindenberger, the high school in the school, recently denied his mother and vaccinated, saying that his parents had an adverse effect on their health and the health of their younger brothers.
During most of his life, Lindenberger thought that for most of his life the children need to get immunization, but about two years ago he began to look at how vaccinated positions were Her mother shares some of the dangerous social media.
"Question her judgment, but she does not care," he said. "There is something like you, it is a sustainable disease that we can get a vaccination against myself and many people to come back because of similar ideas that affect my mom. "
In November, Lindenberger asked strangers on Reddit, an online message board, where he could get updates with his shots. "My parents are stupid," he wrote. "God knows how I am still alive."
His mother, Jill Wheeler, said she was "softened" when she found out.
"You have a good feeling, you know, he does not trust what I say as a parent," said Wheeler.
His son said he did not intend to blame his parents or make them look dumb, saying, "He came from frustration and trying to deal with this issue and get common ground."
Lindenberger showed that the scientific studies of parents who showed the vaccines were safe and effective, but his mother did not get unsure.
"It was just afraid to get this immunization and have a bad reaction … I think many people look at this as a black, white and white answer, and I do not think it's , "said Wheeler.
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Children are not mandated by federal law's mandate but only seven states and Washington D.C are getting vaccinated minors without parental consent.
"I'm really proud of him, for the sake of what he believes, even if he is against his belief. He is a good boy. It's a good kid," said Wheeler.
Theories of anti-vaccine conjecture often use pseudo-scientific language, making them strong and lasting. As we have seen with the guarantee of the forces in Washington and Oregon, there is a huge risk when parents buy these semi-viruses, according to Dr. Tara Narula News CBS.
Narula recommends that parents with questions about vaccine safety should visit the Academic Pediatrics of America website and HealthyChildren.org, which are widely studied in common genotics about vaccines. She also recommends consulting your healthcare provider.
For example, there is no evidence that the vaccine, from the fries, sticks and the bucket would have any evidence and there is no evidence that thimerosal, mercury preservative is sometimes used in vaccines.  © 2019 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved.