Researchers have found out a new way to change parents’ perception on vaccines. Recently a research was published in the journal “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” that looked at effective and ineffective ways to convince those who are against vaccination. The study suggests that immunizations help, not hurt.
If any positive change has come from the recent outbreak of measles and whooping cough, it’s that more Americans start to see childhood vaccinations safe and beneficial, according to a new poll. Now more than one third of parents support and show a more positive attitude towards vaccines. The University
One to two out of every thousand children die each year from measles. If you or your kid starts to sport the significant signs of measles – a fine rash of tiny red dots that appear on the head and then spread to the lower extremities, immediately contact your health