Do vaccines disproportionately harm minority children? Recent research has shown that may just be the case. A team of researchers led by Dr. Anthony Mawson, a noted epidemiologist, has shown that when it comes to the risk of developing a neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD) such as autism or ADHD post-vaccination, minorities may be at an increased […]
Two doctors share some of the reasons behind why childhood cancer rates have increased dramatically in recent years.
Without doubt, there is one aspect of modern society that’s directly contributing to the upward spike in mental health problems among our youth, and that’s social media sites like Instagram writes Dr. Max, the Mind Doctor.
What are the health consequences of even ‘low’ levels lead exposure? Standards have changed over the years and have always been compared to ‘normal’ levels, which actually are toxic in themselves.
A healthy 16-year-old boy died last month from ingesting too much caffeine in a short space of time, according to the county coroner. Davis Allen Cripe drank a large Diet Mountain Dew, a cafe latte from McDonald’s and an energy drink within two hours.
Although the research starts out praising vaccines and their benefits, after comparing the results to a group of unvaccinated children, it shows that vaccinated children were “significantly more likely than the unvaccinated” to have developed one or more of 5 growing disabilities or side effects.
According to a groundbreaking study from Jackson State University that discovered that unvaccinated children have significantly fewer health problems than those who are vaccinated. If vaccines are truly effective at preventing sickness, isn’t it logical to expect vaccinated kids to be healthier than their unvaccinated peers? Apparently not so.