March for Science
This past Saturday (Earth Day), cities around the world saw hoards of scientists and supporters of research marching to both celebrate science, but also push for the preservation of funded and publicly communicated research. 1,588 more words
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Emerging Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea: What’s New and What Now? – Medscape – Mar 06, 2017
Dr. Gail Bolan, director for the Division of STD Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlines the latest developments in efforts to fight drug-resistant gonorrhea. 130 more words
By Annabelle Bamforth | The Free Thought Project
Attorney Troy Bouk was recently interviewed by Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins to discuss the shingles vaccine Zostavax, the issues related to its effectiveness and the problems that are associated with the product, including the fact that the drugmaker’s vaccine seems to cause the very affliction that it seeks to prevent — and, according to a massive lawsuit, thousands of victims agree. 864 more words
Today is World Malaria Day. This year’s theme: End Malaria for Good.
While 6.8 million malaria deaths were averted between 2000 – 2015, there are still 3.2 billion people who are susceptible to contracting the disease every day and a half million children die from malaria every year. 89 more words
Immunizations save lives. There is no denying it: Vaccines have drastically reduced infant death and disability caused by preventable diseases.
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