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Check out this article, which provides some information on a recent law passed in California. According to the article, if a parent wishes to exempt their child from school vaccinations, all they are required to do is sign a card, … Continue reading
The following chart gives a quick and easy synopsis of the effectiveness of vaccines. On the left it shows the pre-vaccine era vs the right shows most recent reports of cases in the US. The bottom line? Vaccines work.
At Princeton University an outbreak of Meningitis B occurred among the students, causing Bexsero, a vaccine licensed in only Australia and Europe, to be approved by the FDA and CDC and to be imported to the U.S. It is now recommended that the … Continue reading
Just one person with a contagious deadly disease can infect many others. One woman in this video said vaccinating her child “just didn’t make sense” to her. The facts make sense to us: In Maryland alone, cases of whooping cough … Continue reading
So, what happens when I take my child to get vaccinated? What should I bring to the doctor’s office? What happens when we leave the doctor’s office? All of these, and more, are valid questions most parents ask themselves when … Continue reading
This is a news segment from New Mexico that explains how a good amount of children in public schools aren’t getting vaccinated. In a short time span, the amount of children not getting their vaccines rose 300%! They blame it … Continue reading