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Cherie Raymond
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Measles: Putting the Hysteria into Perspective
Vaccination is used to prevent symptoms of certain diseases. Most vaccines don’t necessarily protect against contracting the infection, but will often reduce or prevent symptoms of the infection [1-7]. In this way spread of the disease can be somewhat reduc...

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Dismantling Vaccine Propaganda
Once in a while something shared on the internet comes my way that I feel moved to write about. The below is one such internet gem, a meme shared on Facebook that is frankly, an angry, misinformed rant. On the surface the meme can seem convincing, but if yo...

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The Vaccine Debate: Insults, Lies, & Hypocrisy
It’s been 8 years since I first delved into the topic of vaccination. With hopes of finding definitive answers, I combed through thousands of studies and articles written by a wide spectrum of authors – some heavily pro, some deeply against, and many in bet...

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Excellent, eye opening video. Anyone who still thinks drinking cows milk is good for the human body NEEDS to watch this. 

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Disease Increases: Has the West's Health Really Improved?
CDC Wonder is an interesting tool to play with. It's an online US data base that collects data on the environment, population heath, births, and deaths. You can create tables or graphs, specifying by year, age, location etc. For instance, using this tool yo...

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Straight From the Mama's Mouth: Advice on Fussy / Gassy Babies
Very often women bring up gassy / fussy baby issues on Beautiful Breastfeeding's Facebook page (Natural Mama NZ's sister site). Mothers pour in with helpful advice, sharing what has worked for them personally. For me this is the best advice and it's one of ...

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The Implausibility of Vaccine-Based Herd Immunity
Herd immunity requires the assurance that a large percentage of the ‘herd’ (population) is immune and therefore unable to pass on disease. The theory is based on natural immunity, which provides lifelong or long term immunity. [1] Whether vaccination can be...
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