Vaccines Dangers

Navigating pregnancy during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic

Is it safe to continue prenatal check-ups? Many expectant mothers are fearful of going to appointments while they are taking precautions, such as staying home and practicing physical distancing when outside. “You do see a lot of adaptation happening at the moment in the world where midwives are doing clinics or certain appointments by phone,

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College During A Pandemic: An Inside Look At UM’s Response

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many have questioned whether colleges should be welcoming students back to campus this fall. There does not seem to be a one-size-fits-all solution. With UNC and Notre Dame already switching to fully remote learning after just one week in person, is it possible that UM, located in a new COVID-19 epicenter,

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Chadwick Boseman Dead at 43 From Colon Cancer

Born in South Carolina, he always had an affinity for theater, and wrote his first play in high school. He attended the famous HBCU, Howard University, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine arts. He started his career in writing and directing, but clearly, he was meant to be on the other side of

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Facebook is wrongly blocking news articles about the coronavirus pandemic

Facebook is blocking users from posting some legitimate news articles about the coronavirus in what appears to be a bug in its spam filters. On Tuesday, multiple Facebook users reported on Twitter that they found themselves unable to post articles from certain news outlets including Business Insider, BuzzFeed, The Atlantic, and the Times of Israel.

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What Breast Cancer Can Look and Feel Like Photo

Earlier this week, many Facebook users were posting red hearts in support of breast cancer awareness, but one woman is opening up about why a “cute heart” isn’t going to help save lives. Erin Smith Chieze posted the photo above on Facebook, giving an explicit description of how breast cancer can look and feel, and

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Can the ‘Mad Russian’ Cure Your Addiction?

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Watch: Anti-Vaxxers Crash Jimmy Kimmel Show To Warn of Vaccine Dangers

Protesters from the organization V is for Vaccine infiltrated a taping of Jimmy Kimmel LIVE to interrupt his interview with pro-vaccine actress Kristen Bell. Bell was on the set Thursday to promote her new movie “Frozen 2” when several protesters among the audience shouted, “Vaccines can causes injury and death! Stop discriminating against vaccine-injured children,

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Five Scientific Facts: Links between Autism and Vaccines?

We now know that immune cells and their chemicals can cross the epithelial barrier into the brain, particularly now when we have many blood-brain-barrier disrupters in our environment. Cytokines in sufficient numbers will activate the brain’s microglia to withdraw their appendages, transforming them into roaming macrophages that travel around the brain several times in an

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Autism and Vaccines

Baby Playing with a Ball Autism and Vaccines I received a comment to the article I wrote entitled: Are vaccines Safe: Questioning Forced Vaccinations. This comment inspired me to write the following article: Dear Mary, Thank you for writing.There is not one road to autism, but many possible roads. In a susceptible child exposure to

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There is no link between autism and vaccines

CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Signs posted at The Vancouver Clinic in Vancouver, Wash., warn patients and visitors of a measles outbreak on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The outbreak has sickened 39 people in the Pacific Northwest, with 13 more cases suspected. At least one patient who was sick with the measles has come to this clinic for treatment

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