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Is Acetaminophen Fanning the Flames of Vaccine Injury?

This article was first posted on Vaxxter.com   Outdated recommendations to medicate children during periods of vaccination are doing more harm than expected. A decades-long recommendation, the science is far clearer now: acetaminophen, commonly known as Tylenol, and vaccines don’t mix.   To understand acetaminophen’s impact, we must understand glutathione peroxidase. This critical sulfur-based antioxidant …

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Florida’s SB46 and HB67 – Another Danger to Babies

This article was first published on Vaxxter.com   The legislative climate around mandatory healthcare is ominously spreading across the U.S., but Florida is leading the downward spiral with two bills that would force an unnecessary procedure on infants and if it is not completed, healthcare practitioners could be charged with a second-degree misdemeanor.   What’s …

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The Future with Vaccine Mandates: Part II

This article was first published on Vaxxter.com   Last week, we discussed what mandatory vaccinations and non-medical exemptions could look like for Americans.  Let’s follow up with the necessary discussion of how the nation will handle the resulting burdens that will be thrust upon it. A New America Imagine this: A fully vaccinated America. It is estimated …

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What Could Mandates in America Look Like

This article was first published on Vaxxter.com   By Dani Lasher   Vaccination requirements to attend public schools have long been contentious. The first compulsory vaccination law was passed in the United Kingdom in 1853. After years of revolt and protest, the addition of a “conscientious objector” clause was added in 1898 and strengthened in the Vaccination …

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Is Circumcision a Human Rights Issue?

This article was first published on Vaxxter.com The Facts   All religious talk aside, medical literature does not support prophylactic circumcision. An intact American male has a 1 in 600 risk of developing penile cancer. By contrast, 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer, but we aren’t amputating the breasts of newborn girls. Issues that increase one’s risk …

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