Eight Myths About Vaccinations that Still Worry Parents

  From government conspiracies to autism, vaccine outreach programs have been repeatedly called into suspicion, sometimes for understandable reasons. The long-circulating belief that vaccines cause autism, for example, resulted from research published in The Lancet, one of the world’s oldest and best known general medical journals. And while the author of that research was later […]

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The Battle Is On: Humanity vs. Pathogens in the Age of Antibiotics

In the twentieth century, one of the greatest weapons in the war against infectious diseases was created: antibiotics. With this powerful scythe of medicine, bacteria were decimated and humanity slowly gained control over the battlefield. Bacteria lost its killing power and humans lived to older ages. In fact, bacteria’s virulent characteristics were suppressed and they […]

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