Success: 50% more U.S. infants die on the first day than all other industrialized countries combined

May 7, 2013 A new report reveals that the United States has the highest first-day infant death rate out of all the industrialized countries in the world.

About 11,300 newborns die within 24 hours of their birth in the U.S. each year, 50 percent more first-day deaths than all other industrialized countries combined, the report’s authors stated.

The 14th annual State of the World’s Mothers report, put together by non-profit organization Save the Children, ranked 168 countries according to where the best places to be a mother would be. Criteria included child mortality, maternal mortality, the economic status of women, educational achievement and political representation of women….

Maybe it’s from immediate cord clamping:

Or maybe the CDC’s recommendation of HepB vaccine at birth:

Formaldehyde, aluminum, yeast protein, “bovine extract”, glutaraldehyde, human fetal lung tissue, polysorbate 80, monkey kidney cells… these are just some of the ingredients in various HepB vaccines being injected into newborn babies.  Plus mercury before 1999.  And those are just the ingredients they know about.  RNA viruses, nano-metallic particles, HELA cancer cells are all candidates for vaccine contamination.  No other country in the world vaccinates newborn babies.    HepB is contracted via blood exposure or sex.

Maybe they’re worried about infected doctors performing circumcisions.

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