Why do I now agree with vaccination? My experience : Medical News Today


I’m Lana Burgess, a 31-year-old freelance writer passionate about well-being. In this article, I explore why I disagree with my mom’s decision not to vaccinate me when I was a child — and how, as an adult, I decided to finally get vaccinated.

It was just after 3 p.m., and school was done for the day.

My classmates were all whooping and bounding about the playground, stopping to wave as their parents arrived to collect them. I spied my mom and ran over to her.

On the way home, she told me that I would not be going in tomorrow; instead, I was going to stay home.

As a child who loved school, my heart sank. My mom said that I had to stay at home because the other children would be getting their measles vaccine tomorrow.

 

Source: Why do I now agree with vaccination? My experience : Medical News Today

The ten ‘quack’ cures that actually work!


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‘…….He’s known as one of alternative medicine’s fiercest critics, devoting decades to debunking myths of what he calls ‘quack medicine’. In his new book, A Scientist In Wonderland: A Memoir Of Searching For Truth And Finding Trouble, no one from the world of alternative medicine is safe from Professor Edzard Ernst’s firing line.

He claims chiropractors and osteopaths are filling the public’s head with ‘bogus’ claims about the benefits of spinal manipulation. And he adds that homeopathy is at best useless, and at worst life-threatening.

But there are some alternative treatments that Prof Ernst, the world’s first professor of complementary medicine, says do get results……………’

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