Even more anti-vaccine myths and misinformation are explained and debunked to help you make the right decision and get your kids vaccinated.
Non-evidenced based treatments haven't been proven to work, but from recommending sunlight to treat babies with jaundice to changing their formula every time a baby cries too much, some pediatricians get caught in the same trap as parents who just want to try something to see if it might help.
Information about the latest outbreaks of infectious disease, from hepatitis A to MERS, that could be a risk to your kids.
Review the child safety roundup and help raise awareness of just how common these childhood accidents and tragedies really are.
A vaccine search engine to help you do your research and debunk a lot of the myths and misinformation that keep parents from vaccinating their kids and protecting them from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Although we know that some anti-vaccine folks want to delay or skip some vaccines, ask these 8 questions to see what they would do in these high-risk situations.
Of course, the great majority of parents vaccinate their kids and get them fully protected against vaccine-preventable diseases. And with the rise in these
Which anti-vaccine conspiracy theories do you believe in? That your doctor is a shill for Big-Pharma? That vaccines cause shaken baby syndrome? Or that vaccines make people gay?
Help for parents wanting to do their research about immunizations and who are having trouble wading through all of the myths and misconceptions about vaccines, vaccine-preventable diseases, and vaccine safety.
Being aware of emerging infectious diseases, such as MERS-CoV, Ebola, and Zika fever, etc., can help to make sure that we don't miss the next global pandemic.