You can vaccinate your dog against Lyme disease, but there's no vaccine for humans. Why?
More evidence that flu shots work, that they are safe during pregnancy, and that they don't cause autism.
Flu shots are safe and effective. They not only protect the recipient but others in the community who are more vulnerable. Get your flu shot!
Kelly Brogan sells an impressive array of pseudoscience wrapped in the standard alternative tropes.
Update: The evidence continues to show no link between vaccines and autism.
Our old friend anti antivaccine activist J. B. Handley invokes the "vaccines didn't save us" gambit. It doesn't go well for him.
Melinda Wenner Moyer published an article in The New York Times arguing that fear of how antivaxers will react to scientific findings is leading scientists to self-censor. I'm not convinced that this is the case.
A recent case of polio on Papua New Guinea shows that we cannot rest until the eradication of polio is complete. Close is not good enough.
More parents are seeking to avoid childhood vaccinations in states that allow nonmedical exemptions. These "hotspots" of decreasing vaccination rates, some of which include large urban cities, are likely locations for future outbreaks of preventable disease.