Fontanelle

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Fontanelle is the soft spot on a baby's skull. It allows the baby's head to squish during childbirth. Fontanelle disappears naturally, but can be helped by rubbing in vitamin E, sulfur[1], or sticky substances[2]. In some cultures, fontanelle was viewed as an eye through which the outside world could enter the baby's brain and give it knowledge. See: trepanation.

Bulging or swollen fontanelles have been linked with many vaccines commonly given to infants, such as the diptheria-tetanus (DPT) vaccine. Many families, out of concern for their child's health, have sought legal justice for the potential health damage.[3]

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