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Anti-Vax or Vaccine Choice? You decide.

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Anti-Vax or Vaccine Choice? Frankly I think the word “anti-vax” is a gross reductionist term for a much broader movement.  Some folks are against all vaccines and certainly qualify as “Anti-Vaxxers” but there are many folks who question only certain vaccines, vaccine ingredients, the safety studies conducted and the current schedule of vaccines. Some folks […]

Del Bigtree, Producer of Vaxxed

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  Del Bigtree, producer of Vaxxed, From Coverup to Catastrophe,  joins me on this episode of  Causes or Cures. It’s an interesting time to chat with Del. Vaxxed was just banned from Amazon,  the “anti-vax” movement is only gaining steam and outbreaks of measles are increasing around the country. What’s going on? Has Del changed […]

Vaccines

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By: Erin Stair, MD, MPH Vaccines, Vaccines, Vaccines… I don’t get the flu shot. It only reduces the risk of infection by 40-60%, and that’s when it’s a good match. I’ve also never gotten the flu and I wash my hands diligently, eat right, prioritize sleep, and don’t work with high risk populations. I’ve also […]

Vitamin D: An Interview with Dr. John Cannell, Founder of the Vitamin D Council

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 By: Erin Stair Since April is Autism Awareness Month, and since the Center for Disease Control just came out with the glaring statistic showing 1 in 50 kids are being diagnosed with autism, here’s an interview I  did with Vitamin D expert Dr. John Cannell.  I am also posting this interview, because it’s all about Vitamin D, […]

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