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You Decide: The Risks and Benefits of the MMR Vaccination

By Michelle Goldstein / February 18, 2016

Most of us weigh the risks and benefits of medical procedures prior to obtaining them. We sign an informed consent form with an understanding of the potential harm versus the perceived benefits. In the case of vaccinations, the great majority of parents obtain vaccinations for their children, influenced by the “sales pitch” and “scare tactics” […]

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The Perfect Storm: Vaccination and Modern Malnutrition

By Michelle Goldstein / February 15, 2016

We have the perfect storm for creating an environment that will continue to injure and destroy the health of our most precious gifts, our children. We live in America, which is the most highly vaccinated country on the planet. Vaccinations alone are responsible for tremendous health damage. We are also a country that consumes a […]

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My Children are Vaccine-Damaged; are Yours?

By Michelle Goldstein / February 5, 2016

I was raised like most Americans. Doctors were highly respected in my parents’ home and their authority on health matters was not questioned. My parents followed their physicians’ advice on healthcare and I was no different when raising my own children. I was careful to follow the health and dietary recommendations when my children were young and I […]

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HPV Vaccines: Health Professionals Caught Red-Handed in Hiding Serious Dangers

By Sandy Lunoe / January 25, 2016

This is surely the most shameful act of all: While news of widespread lies and deceit in connection with promotion of HPV vaccines (Gardasil and Cervarix) is spreading rapidly across the world, a group of government officials and scientific and health professionals have collaborated to cunningly conceal information regarding serious dangers of the vaccines. Evidence […]

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5 Mothers are Victorious Against the New York City Flu Vaccine Mandate

By Missy Fluegge / December 20, 2015

In a trailblazing victory for families with young children, and a triumph for liberty-minded citizens across the country, the New York State Supreme Court has just overturned a municipal ruling which would have mandated flu vaccines for young children attending day care programs and preschools in New York City. [1] This mandate had worrisome implications […]

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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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The Scary Facts Most Parents Don’t Know About Vaccine Injury Compensation

By Missy Fluegge / February 19, 2015

Vaccine injures and adverse reactions are massively under-reported, as admitted by the Centers for Disease Control. Estimates show that only one to ten percent of vaccine injuries and deaths are actually filed with the government. In the United States, the government has created a database to keep track of hundreds of kinds of reactions to […]

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9 Ways to Boost Your Confidence When Your Doctor Pressures to Vaccinate

By Missy Fluegge / January 29, 2015

Contrary to what some doctors and officials might tell you, your child does not need shots to attend public school. Legally, you can receive a vaccine exemption in all fifty states. Sometimes, even in states with stricter laws, getting the vaccine exemption is the easy part. The hard part, for some parents, is having that […]

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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.”

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