The HELP Committee met yesterday to consider what is driving preventable disease outbreaks, but ignored evidence that infectious diseases routinely break out in highly vaccinated communities
Anecdotally doctors may believe that adverse reactions to vaccines are "rare." Scientifically, as this CDC research shows, reactions to vaccines are a top reason parents rush children to the ER
Governor Polis, I'm afraid you have not fully comprehended Colorado's vaccine exemption bill and you believe it to be a moderate compromise. That couldn't be further from the truth. Let me explain why
This year, the fear mongering about measles has reached epidemic proportions in America
As natural and indigenous people, we enjoy immediate health benefits by desiring less technology in our lives, choosing instead to be happy with our unlimited imaginations and the natural biology
No, you don't have a "right" to demand that others are vaccinated
With all the uproar over a recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. it is important to know that there is effective treatment for this illness.
Irrational Measles Fear is being used as a Pretext for Infringing on Individual Rights
In 2000, the CDC officially declared measles were eliminated. However, there are still measles outbreaks today. Is there a link to the measles outbreaks to the measles vaccinations, the lack of clean water, proper nutrition and good sanitation?
We have - or should have - the freedom to openly debate government policy, law and ethics in public forums and dissent from the majority without fear of intimidation or punishment
A new study sheds light on just how dismally incorrect is the statement "measles vaccines are highly effective."
Why, if the vaccines work, is South Korea experiencing year after year increases in chickenpox (varicella) outbreaks as their mandated vaccine uptake (97%) reaches close to universal compliance?
If we are to believe a new interactive vaccine map the 'anti-vaccine' movement is responsible for global carnage by thwarting the miracles of vaccines. But where's the evidence?
The pro-vaccine mantra proclaims that we need a vaccine in order to protect our children from the scourge of the measles. Why is there so much fear?
The Daily Beast recently published an article by a pseudonymous author titled, "Thanks, Anti-Vaxxers. You Just Brought Back Measles in NYC," providing not a shred of evidence to substantiate its vociferous claims.
It is imperative that state exemptions to vaccination remain free from federal influence and incentive
The pharmaceutical industry is now the most distrusted and poorly regarded industry in the U.S. A mere 27% have a “totally positive” view of the drug industry, while 58% have a “totally negative” view
Why have there been 5,800 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in fully vaccinated persons occurring more than two weeks after vaccination and resulting in almost 400 hospitalizations and 74 deaths?
Research reveals that a vaccinated individual not only can become infected with measles, but can also spread it to others who are also vaccinated against it - doubly disproving that the administration of multiple doses of MMR vaccine is "97% effective," as widely claimed.
How many measles cases like this one reported in New Hampshire, and acknowledged by the Department of Health and Human Services, are caused by the MMR vaccine, yet blamed on the unvaccinated?
Formerly imprisoned vaccine-risk aware Michigan mom Rebecca Bredow is the first person to admit she’s not perfect. She keeps her word. She tries to avoid conflict, especially for her children. And she certainly would rather be left alone to make medical decisions about her children
The truth is that measles and other childhood infections may actually protect against life-threatening cancer and heart disease.
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: Adding the Category of Vaccines Recommended for Pregnant Women to the Vaccine Injury Table
Over the years, a growing number of professionals have questioned whether or not childhood vaccinations could be responsible for the number of children being diagnosed with mental illness