About the author

Missy Fluegge

Missy Fluegge is the mom of three children who have taught her abundantly about life, more than she learned in over sixteen years of formal schooling. Her passions include mothering, teaching fine arts, researching and serving as a parent educator. Many years ago, she traded her nightstand for a bookshelf, which always holds at least a dozen books-in-progress, mostly non-fiction reads that support her fairytale notion of saving the world one person at a time.

What to Expect From Your Doctor When You Say No to Vaccines

By Missy Fluegge / January 22, 2015

As more parents have become aware of the risks and side effects of vaccines, many vaccination rates have been declining. Pharmaceutical companies and doctors alike are concerned about this awakening, so they have created training materials to help vaccine providers handle what one manual refers to as “vaccine-hesitant parents.”

Doctor Offers Vaccines to Starving Children

By Missy Fluegge / November 17, 2013

A doctor from the Children’s Hospital in Colorado is working on a bold new initiative to improve the lives of children in Guatemala who struggle with poverty and hunger each day. Unfortunately, his ambitions do not include plans to provide clean water or education.

Dangerous Contamination in Vaccines Causes Sinking Profits for Big Pharma

By Missy Fluegge / November 13, 2013

Sanofi Pasteur, the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines, is currently facing serious troubles, as countries around the world are scrutinizing Sanofi’s products and practices. Recently, they have reported a massive third quarter decline of $1.8 billion in vaccine sales. This news follows a previous second quarter report described by one investment website as “pretty ugly […]

How I Met Jenny McCarthy

By Missy Fluegge / March 15, 2012

Jenny McCarthy’s Twitter account is named “mommywarrior” for a reason. She encourages parents to “do absolutely everything you can for your child, no matter what anyone tells you.” Here’s how I met her…

How Ron Paul Helps You Be a Better Parent

By Missy Fluegge / January 17, 2012

As the presidential race unfolds, citizens of the United States have been introduced to a handful of individuals who are seeking to be the leader of our nation. Do you know which candidate will help you be a better parent?

Take Off the Billion-Dollar Blindfold

By Missy Fluegge / December 18, 2010

When parents do wonder about the safety of the vaccines recommended by our government and our healthcare providers, the information they receive from professionals and websites is often biased and misleading. Are the websites promoting vaccines bought and paid for?

Mind Virus Injected into New Mothers by Pharma and Department of Defense

By Missy Fluegge / October 25, 2010

Through repetition, the “reassuring” voice that many parents crave will soon be injected into the minds of pregnant and new mothers everywhere, thanks to companies with deep financial pockets. The latest trend in building a support system for new parents who may find themselves tired, overwhelmed, and uncertain embraces technology to reach new parents via their lifeline: their cell phone.

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