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Allergy Skin Prick Testing: Worth the Risk?

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July 12, 2018 It was a moment that changed my life forever and my trust in the medical profession, a moment of such clarity and insight that I still feel it was divine led.  It changed who I am, it … Continue reading

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For the Discerning Journalist: 8 Wakefield Myths Deconstructed

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May 24, 2018 Every time there’s an outbreak of measles or mumps, the media brings up Dr. Andrew Wakefield and a certain 1998 scientific paper. The problem is that the majority of mainstream coverage gets virtually everything about this wrong. This … Continue reading

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Misleading Headlines Re Tetyana Obukhanych’s 2015 Open Letter to Legislators

March 22, 2017 During the SB277 battle in California, I happened to catch sight of an open letter to the California state legislators written by immunologist Tetyana Obukhanych, Ph.D. The letter explained why there was no scientific rationale for forcing … Continue reading

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Help a Child with Autism Fulfill His Swimming Dreams

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February 5, 2017 Hello, my name is Lucia Alonso. I am the mother of a child who is 11 years, full of life and dreams that I, as his mother, have taken as my mission in life to make a … Continue reading

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Acetaminophen Use in Early Childhood: What’s the Evidence?

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December 29, 2017 Despite the overwhelming evidence against it, medical professionals are still recommending Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Panadol (paracetamol) for children, making it crucial for parents to educate themselves. Therefore, we are delighted today to have Duke University researcher, William Parker, … Continue reading

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15 Reasons Why Special-Needs Moms Are Superheroes

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December 19, 2017 We live in a world that loves a superhero movie or story. The good old fashioned good-vs.-bad movie never disappoints at the box office, raking in the billions, a clear indication that now, more than ever, people … Continue reading

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Should Tics, Asthma, Allergies, Autism, PANS, & ADEM Be Acknowledged Vaccine Injuries?

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December 6, 2017 This Friday, December 8, the Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines, the last holdout intended to be a voice for vaccine-injured children, will decide whether they will recommend the addition of tics, asthma, allergies, autism, PANDAS,[*] PANS,[†] PITANDS,[‡] … Continue reading

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Reflections on Life with PANDAS at Thanksgiving

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November 17, 2017 Just returned from Orlando where I endured four days at Disney World, including one MASSIVE breakdown at Epcot (him, not me), a flaring hip, a room that reeked of Glade Plug-in disgustingness, and then a kid with … Continue reading

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Can Homeopathy Be Harmful?

November 1, 2017 Occasionally I get a question from someone who is new to homeopathy and is nervous about embarking upon treatment. For example, I recently got this inquiry: “I just saw a new doctor (MD) who practices homeopathy almost … Continue reading

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Why Smart Doctors Don’t Get Flu Shots

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October 27, 2017 A friend tagged me on a Vaxxed video recently, and I was so glad he did. This time Polly was talking to Cammy Benton, a smart, down-to-earth doctor, who also happens to be a mother. She had … Continue reading

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