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Why are measles coming back?

❝ We eliminated measles in the U.S. in 2000. Somebody should tell the measles. Because even though the virus has no permanent home stateside, it keeps getting in—more and more, it seems.

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If you're gonna lie, tell big ass lies

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. 212 more words


The Controversial Parenting Tag - II

#7 Spanking

To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I should be answering this question. This is perhaps one of the most hotly debated topics related to parenting and advocates of both pro and anti-spanking squads can be pretty intimidating and aggressive. 634 more words


Nursing and vaccines: Two good things, great together

The Pediatric Insider

© 2017 Roy Benaroch, MD

Stefanie wrote in:

My question is related to the MMR vaccine. Would it be better to stop breastfeeding at 11 months and then get the MMR 1st shot vaccine at 12 months?

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Medical Problems

Sorry, "F" on vaccine history. Do over.

You know, it’s not so much that vaccine apologists and simpleton proponents have the science wrong with regard to vaccines (… although, of course, they do). 75 more words


The Vaccine Study You've Never Seen (But Always Wanted)

Chad Hayes, MD from Charleston, SC, a fellow pediatrician and blogger, published a great article on the vaccine safety and efficacy study everyone has always wanted but has never been done.  25 more words


Detroit News Supports Vaccination Guidelines

Read the latest from the Detroit News editorial board HERE.

Michigan’s current vaccination waiver guidelines allow parents to exercise freedom of choice while also ensuring that everyone has an appropriate education before choosing not to vaccinate. 14 more words