A significant new study out of Denmark last week confirmed once again that there is no evidence the MMR (mumps, measles, rubella) vaccine causes autism. In fact, just the opposite seems to be the case: children who received the shot were seven per cent less likely to develop autism than those who did not. 1,279 more words
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To send kids to school without vaccinations, parents in Ontario must first attend a class of their own.
Conducted one-on-one or in groups as large as 50 at their local health units, the mandatory “vaccine education” sessions for parents pursuing exemptions consists mainly of a video screening, with a nurse on hand to answer any questions. 2,002 more words
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(Feature image: measles particle, SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY RF)
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“How many is too many? Who decides? Educate before you vaccinate,” read a billboard near downtown Toronto’s busy Yonge-Dundas Square earlier this week.
The billboards, which have since been taken down, were part of an advertising campaign by a group called Vaccine Choice Canada. 1,192 more words