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The Good Teacher

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June 14, 2017 The final moments of the school year have arrived. In most classrooms, children are joyfully preparing to go home for the summer. In class 872, the Grade Sixes are getting to embark on a new adventure: high … Continue reading

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No, I Won’t Stop “Sharing” Vaccine Information

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Dear Family Member Who Wants Us to Stop Sharing Vaccine Info: Just stop. Stop saying that we should spend our time on raising awareness for starving children or some other cause that you deem more worthy of our efforts. Stop … Continue reading

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Your Child NEEDS the HPV Vaccine: 13 Reasons Why the CDC Is Right

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May 26, 2017 By Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D. (We are reposting this piece by Dr. Margulis, because (a) it’s awesome and (b) our site can handle more traffic than hers.) Does your child need the HPV vaccine to protect her against … Continue reading

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A Chain Reaction – Lipid Imbalances, Emotional Dysregulation and ADHD

 May 16, 2017 By Dr. Gali Artzi, director of scientific affairs at VAYA Pharma, maker of Vayarin® PS-Omega-3 medical food When you think of places in the body where fat is concentrated, you might think of the hips, thighs, or … Continue reading

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Anaphylactic Food Allergy: The Role of Adjuvants and Injection

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May 15, 2017 This is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here at TMR, we wish to highlight one aspect of food allergy around which there is little awareness: how food allergies can be created with the use of aluminum adjuvants. Life-threatening … Continue reading

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Irish Philanthropist Jonathan Irwin Vows to Stand Up For Gardasil-Injured Girls

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May 10, 2017 Jonathan Irwin is a former stud owner and racetrack executive who, in his mature years, devoted his life to a foundation he set up with his wife Mary Ann called the Jack and Jill Foundation. He set … Continue reading

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PANDAS: The “Gift” that Keeps on Giving

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May 9, 2017 Last Tuesday night, my 18-year-old daughter “Trinity” and I attended a screening of the new documentary My Kid Is Not Crazy at Staten Island University Hospital. The film is about children who suffer from pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric … Continue reading

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Vaccine-Induced Regression: Navigating the Early Days

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April 27, 2017 Please welcome the newest TMR blogger,  “Ruth,” named after the Biblical Ruth. What Happened to My Son The most precious gift I was given is a son who survived his vaccines, but had a fever of 105, … Continue reading

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FREE Online Conference – ADHD: Extensive Options for Treatment across Childhood and Adolescence

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The Thinking Moms’ Revolution is proud to announce our upcoming FREE Online Conference:    ADHD Extensive Options for Treatment across Childhood and Adolescence   Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. EDT   We have in incredible lineup of diverse … Continue reading

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Obstetricians: The New Frontier for HPV Vaccine Marketing

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April 19, 2017 There are few things more egregious in the vaccine risk-aware community right now than the HPV vaccine and its tsunami of marketing efforts, targeting one of the biggest fears the American people have: cancer. HPV is a … Continue reading

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