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Was enterovirus to blame for paralysis symptoms in kids? New study makes link

California scientists say they have uncovered the genetic marking of enterovirus D68 in a handful of American kids who dealt with sudden paralysis last year. 571 more words


Part 3 (Dr. Wakefield) of An Open Letter to Readers of The Nation Magazine: An Analysis Of The Nation's Panegyric Article On Vaccine

If you take the time to read this, you will see clearly the¬†interwoven ‘money’ behind¬†this proposed killing spree on the part of big pharma. 5.579 more words


US FDA: the Margaret Hamburg years

Volume 385, Issue 9970, 28 February 2015

WORLD REPORT US Food and Drug Administration commissioner Margaret Hamburg is stepping down after nearly 6 years in office. 176 more words


The Lancet: Can mass media interventions reduce child mortality?

In October 2014, HIFA member Will Snell reported the midline results of a three-year randomised controlled trial in Burkina Faso, testing the proposition that a radio campaign focused on child health can reduce under-five mortality. 210 more words


Andrew Wakefield and the Measles Vaccine Controversy

Controversy over the measles vaccine, and the spate of vaccine noncompliance that underlies the current measles outbreak in the United States, stem mostly from a totally debunked 1998 study by former British surgeon, Andrew Wakefield. 2.061 more words


What a good introduction paragraph looks like?

Putting their research in context is of a major concern for all the health services researchers. This comes from the fact that health services research is not per se a hard science. 106 more words

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