I know that parents worry about whether vaccines are safe for their children. But they should also consider the dangers of not vaccinating, which is why I'm telling my family's story. In 1970, on a Fulbright cultural exchange, my husband and I moved to the Midlands of England with our 5-year-old daughter and 10-month-old son. …
When actors play doctors on TV, that does not make them actual doctors. And that does not mean they should scour some Internet boards, confront their pediatricians, and demand fewer vaccinations for their children, as some Hollywood parents in Los Angeles have apparently been doing. The Hollywood Reporter has a great investigation for which it …
Here is the proof. I am sure that there is more proof out there, but this ought to suffice. Can we debate something genuinely controversial now, like whether water is wet, fire is hot, ice is cold, night is dark and day is light? Because that might serve as a more valuable use of our time.
This is what happens when anti-vaccination lunatics are listened to. Just in case you were wondering.
They both encourage nonsensical thinking and promote fear-mongering when it comes to vaccines and vaccinations. Maybe this site also needs to have Couric's name embedded in the URL.
And don't believe nonsensical hype regarding flu vaccines.
"No, you're not entitled to your opinion."