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Is it Time for Your Flu Shot or Extra Nutrition?

By Michelle Goldstein / January 10, 2017

It’s that time of year: flu season. Pharmacies are advertising their flu shots. Medical groups and physicians urge patients to get their vaccinations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone get vaccinated, including newborns, pregnant women, children and the elderly. Is there a better, safer way? What are the risks of […]

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Anti-Vaccinators and their Brave Fight Since the Smallpox Vaccine

By Michelle Goldstein / November 20, 2016

With the development of the very first vaccination of smallpox, brave anti-vaccinators fought against the dangerous, ill-advised practice of vaccinations. Those fighting against vaccines included the most intelligent and respected physicians of their time. [1] This fight has been steadfast and continuous, as anti-vaccinators fought against an unjust, dangerous medical procedure. Vaccinations have always only […]

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Doctor Andrew Wakefield: Hero or Quack?

By Michelle Goldstein / April 23, 2016

The answer to the question of whether Dr. Andrew Wakefield is a hero or an enemy to modern science depends largely on one’s perspective and training. Dr. Wakefield, a practicing British gastroenterologist, dared to publicly question the safety of the MMR vaccination in 1998. Wakefield observed that his pediatric gastroenterology patients suffered specific inflammatory bowel […]

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How Aggressive are Your Student’s College Vaccination Policies?

By Michelle Goldstein / September 3, 2015

University policies on vaccination requirements vary greatly. When preparing to send your child to college, it is wise to investigate your university’s vaccine regulations in order to be best prepared. For those parents who want to limit or avoid vaccinations, arming oneself with this knowledge can prove to be especially important. University vaccine policies are […]

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Top 5 Vaccine Stories for December

By Bunny St. Marie / December 31, 2011

We have scoured the web to bring you the top news headlines from around the world. Stay current in the latest affairs surrounding vaccines, Pharma, and the authorities who support them.

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Top 5 Vaccine Stories for August

By Bunny St. Marie / August 31, 2011

Parents of Kitsap County are exempting their children from shots in increasing numbers. It was said that roughly 7 percent of Kitsap students skipped one or more shots during the past school year. That vaccine story and more for the month of August…

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Top 5 Vaccine Stories for May

By Bunny St. Marie / May 31, 2011

We have scoured the web to bring you the top news headlines from around the world. Stay current in the latest affairs surrounding vaccines, Pharma, and the authorities who support them. 1. Infant mortality rates regressed against number of vaccine doses routinely given: Is there a biochemical or synergistic toxicity? http://het.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/05/04/0960327111407644 A brand new study […]

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Top 5 Vaccine Stories for April

By Bunny St. Marie / April 22, 2011

We have scoured the web to bring you the top news headlines from around the world. Stay current in the latest affairs surrounding vaccines, Pharma, and the authorities who support them. My picks: 1. Vaccine-Autism Researcher Indicted for Fraud http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/vaccine-autism-researcher-indicted-for-fraud-120224134.html News from Maryland, USA. Danish scientist Dr. Poul Thorsen, is alleged to have embezzled $1 […]