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  • Study of 95, 727 children affirms no link between autism and MMR vaccine
    Study of 95,727 children affirms no link between autism and MMR vaccine
    In what will come as no surprise to the majority of people, yet another study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association confirms that there is no causal link between the administration of the vaccine to prevent measles,...
  • Omitted risks
    Flu vaccine maker cited for violation of Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just posted a letter it sent via fax and UPS on March 12 to Protein Sciences Corporation (PSC), accusing the company of violating the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act in marketing its flu vaccine, Flublok....
  • Universal Pain Scale
    Not another vaccine article; but a plea to stay home when you’re sick
    As I powered through my hectic week between driving my kids around, meetings about my new book, training new speaking clients, and organizing social strategies for a new contract, it was the appointment on my calendar set for Friday afternoon that...
  • Twins study points to genetic origin of autism
    Twins study points to genetic origin of autism
    Researchers have been striving to determine a definitive genetic and environmental factors in the development of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for several years. A new study published Wednesday in the journalJAMA Psychiatry investigates the...
  • Jimmy Kimmel fear and ignorance prevail
    Doctors are smarter than us
    Doctors are smarter than us, while that is a very blanket statement, it seems to be the major argument of CNBC host Jimmy Kimmel. In a dialog that bordered on lunacy (in my opinion) Jimmy Kimmel decided to take on, insult and demonize the anti...
  • Examination
    Study: Viruses cause most cases of childhood pneumonia
    Respiratory viruses are much more likely to cause pneumonia in kids than bacterial infections, according to new research published in the Feb. 26 New England Journal of Medicine. The study, Etiology of Pneumonia in the Community (EPIC), was...
  • U.S. Unveils comprehensive new adult vaccination plan
    U.S. Unveils comprehensive new adult vaccination plan
    Think you're up to date on your vaccinations? You might be surprised at how many vaccinations are now recommended for American adults -- and the federal government plans to start tracking which of those vaccines you're behind on.The...
  • Bought - The Movie
    Documentary film Bought exposes corruption affecting our food and health care
    This week marks the free online viewing release of the acclaimed documentary Bought: The Truth Behind Vaccines, Big Pharma, & Your Food, a film about the corruption of healthcare and the food supply by profit-seeking corporations and complicit...
  • The Vaccine Epidemic
    Corporate media goes berserk with "Pro Vaxx" propaganda
    You may have noticed lately. From the Huffington Post to Salon.com, to countless other second rate infotainment outlets, article after article has been published, each one more obscenely mindless than the last. The lack of substance or regard for...
  • Only 44% of health professionals know vitamin A reduces measles mortality
    Only 44% of health professionals know vitamin A cuts measles mortality in half
    A recent Medscape quiz for health care professionals shows how little modern doctors, nurses and pharmacists know about measles. When asked "Which of the following supplementations has been associated with reductions in morbidity and...
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    6-year-old persuades school board to vote against personal vaccine exemption
    After listening to an emotional speech by a 6-year-old Leukemia survivor Tuesday, one California school board has decided that families in their district should no longer have the choice of a personal belief exemption to opt out of recommended...
  • Measles
    Why parents choose not to vaccinate: it's not what you think
    The media has blamed Dr. Andrew Wakefield and Jenny McCarthy for the anti-vaccine movement. But many parents who choose not to vaccinate do so because they've carefully researched the data. Others choose not to because they are acquainted with...
  • Bet You Didn't Know About The Vaccine Trust Fund
    Bet You Didn't Know About The Vaccine Trust Fund
    Vaccines. The pendulum swings in so many directions regarding this debate. Thanks to various outbreaks of measles, it would seem that pro-vaccine families can rest easy. Lesson learned, Jenny McCarthy, you were wrong!Well, we can learn from both...
  • Vaccines
    Overwhelming amount of Americans agree vaccines are safe, says poll
    The debate over whether or not to vaccinate in the United States has become a hot political topic over the last few weeks. Even as some political figures have questioned the science, the majority of the American people seem to be lining up on one...
  • UC to require vaccinations of all students in 2017
    UC to require all students to be vaccinated by 2017
    The University of California will soon require all students to have vaccinations. According to the Friday press release from the UC, all UC campuses have experienced some sort of vaccine-preventable diseases in recent years. By requiring the...
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