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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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Why New Crohn’s Disease Vaccine is a Mistake

By Michelle Goldstein / November 26, 2016

A Crohn’s disease vaccination is being developed by a researcher in Great Britain. The vaccine targets MAP, a bacteria found in 80% of Crohn’s sufferers. The vaccine aims to help stimulate the body to eliminate MAP, and thus cure those suffering with Crohn’s disease. [1] While the intent of the researcher may be honorable, it […]

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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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8 Ways to Safely Take Charge of Your Health While Avoiding Toxic Vaccines

By Michelle Goldstein / September 1, 2016

Our country is overwhelmed with chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, auto-immune disorders and diabetes. [1] Many of these illnesses can be prevented and treated with nutrition and reduction of toxins. [2-5] Nutrition and toxic overload are areas of health largely ignored by the conventional health industry. Instead, every disease imaginable, including cancer, diabetes and auto-immune disorders, […]

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Vaccines: The Exception to Medical Coercion

By Sarah Carrasco / July 27, 2016

In 2002, my son David was showing early signs of autism. My mom (who is the smartest person I know) said to me, “He’s getting worse after his vaccines, Sarah. Stop doing this to my grandson. You don’t know everything.” At 24 years old, I was convinced that I did in fact know just about […]

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The Insanity of the Hepatitis B Vaccination

By Michelle Goldstein / July 8, 2016

The hepatitis B vaccination is one that even pro-vaccinators should question from a common sense perspective. The vaccination is now routinely given at birth for newborns, with follow-up vaccines scheduled during infancy. This disease is one that is fairly rare, and more common in adults in high risk groups, including those who are sexually promiscuous, […]

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CDC Halts Use of Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine

By Missy Fluegge / June 30, 2016

Just days ago, an advisory committee of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) voted against using the popular FluMist nasal spray vaccine for the upcoming flu season campaign due to its extreme ineffectiveness. The CDC’s vaccine task force, known as the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) announced that the live attenuated […]

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Why the Chicken Pox Vaccine Makes NO Sense

By Michelle Goldstein / May 26, 2016

The chicken pox vaccine, formally known as the varicella vaccination, was added to the recommended childhood vaccination schedule in 1995. Prior to this vaccine’s creation, it was a common practice for families to expose children to others who had the chicken pox. The disease was considered a normal part of childhood and it was widely […]

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How Rhode Island Parents Are Winning Back Their Rights to Vaccine Choice

By Missy Fluegge / May 9, 2016

Families in Rhode Island are winning the war against mandatory vaccination. They have joined together with two powerful advocacy organizations whose efforts have successfully aided the of introduction five legislative bills to their state government related to vaccine choice. Their diligence offers a strong example to other parents who also question the implications of mandating […]

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Big Pharma, Harvard, and the Recent Mumps Outbreak

By Missy Fluegge / April 30, 2016

Many people are already aware of the mumps outbreak at Harvard University that has spread to forty students, developing in recent weeks from two isolated cases that were discovered on campus earlier this year in late February. [1] The irony of this outbreak is that it has occurred only among vaccinated students. The MMR vaccine […]

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