For people who do not believe the HPV vaccine can have devastating side effects, here is living testimony.
Stop Poisoning Ourselves
“Fat taxes” are tariffs on what governments feel are unhealthy foods. If only they had an inkling about which foods are truly unhealthy!
Do Perry and most of the media really think they can get away with a complete cover-up of the government’s own CDC data?
Presidential candidates and media alike have said a great deal recently about the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Unfortunately, there is a significant amount of misinformation and hyperbole from all sides of the vaccine issue.
Maybe they’re so caught up in the system that they just can’t imagine the best remedies sometimes only cost pennies.
We have a number of new state-level Action Alerts on vaccine-related legislation for you—some bills expand your freedoms, some restrict them, and one even wants to vaccinate your food!
The vaccination question is a hotly debated topic, even in the natural health community. It doesn’t help when government and vaccine companies get in bed together, scientists have blatant conflicts of interest, and research results may be tainted.
Increasingly, state governments are determining what treatments a child can and cannot have—regardless of parents’ wishes. Three shocking stories prove the point.
Want to protect your kids from high cholesterol? Just give ’em drugs—like the new, chewable form of Lipitor. Yes, chewable. Like candy. A new Action Alert asks Congress to repeal a really rotten law that encourages this.
Last Friday’s shocking news—the revelation of hidden financial ties and influence-peddling behind the World Health Organization’s declaration of a worldwide H1N1 pandemic—is only one of our articles this week on the controversial issue of immunization. We’ll tell you about flu vaccine deaths, fetal death and injury from mercury, a high government official formerly in charge of vaccines who now works for a drug and vaccine maker, and yet another tragic miscarriage of justice in the case of a pioneer of autism research.