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Many parents (of preemies and term babies too) are all for vaccines, but balk at the hepatitis B vaccine. For some reason, they associated hepatitis B with “other people” or something their baby will be at risk for “later in … Continue reading
We don’t need vaccines to stop infectious diseases. We need to eat better, bolster our immune system naturally. This is a common battle cry of those who proselytize about the dangers of vaccines. They say eating healthy is the way … Continue reading
How did the idea that vaccines are dangerous, toxin-filled CDC experiments metastasize so quickly from the fringe to the main stream? Keep in mind that not only have vaccines been scientifically proven to be safe, but that some of the … Continue reading