There’s a lot of paranoia spreading around this year regarding vaccinations for the 2009 H1N1 flu virus. My previous posts have many links to helpful information and I urge you to read through those sources. But I have found a podcast produced by the CDC which should help to explain what the 2009 H1N1 virus …
In a recent issue of eSkeptic, an email newsletter published by Skeptic.com, I read a necessarily pointed article by Harriet Hall, MD. I urge you to give it a read, and understand the facts behind this ridiculous, yet deadly, controversy.
This is also a perfect example of how science works, and what science has uncovered through time since then. The more we look, the more we learn, and the more potential there is to prove our previous notions incorrect. That is how science works. Many people are unwilling to apply this same understanding to other ideas and beliefs.
Campbell Brown speaks out and urges parents to vaccinate their children. Scientific studies have shown that there is no link between vaccines and autism.
When I set out to write this entry on misinformation, vaccine denial wasn’t my original example. I’ll have to start another entry to get back to my original point. I guess some things happen for a reason. Hope this information is helpful to you.