Infographic – There’s more to the number 7 than what superstitions, traditions or the bible tells us – and this infographic shows us why.
Brian Rogers – I used to be pro vaccine, but in 2009 that I started questioning my long held beliefs and began digging in to the history, efficacy and safety of vaccines.
Marco Torres – Propagandists have infiltrated every segment of academia and social media to confuse consumers who seek accurate information about health…
Levi Quackenboss – There is no such thing as the anti-vaccination movement. People who exempt their children from vaccination don’t have a “common goal.” They only care about their own.
Sayer Ji – “Now we have scientific evidence that not every viral infection is bad, but may actually be beneficial to health…”
In what may be a ground-breaking decision, the Italian Court of Rimini has ruled that causation between an MMR vaccine and the resulting autism in a young child “has been established.”
Myths about vaccines and infectious disease persist, despite voluminous information refuting them, probably because fear is more powerful than reason. As the above reveals, this is true even within the world of vaccine mainstream beliefs. One of the more common mistakes comes from trying to apply concepts to individuals that really only apply to groups—that is the flawed basis for discriminating against exempt children and their parents.