All Posts Tagged With "vaccination"

When Immunizing, Don’t Accept Alternatives

24 April 2013 by Michael Kruse

It’s National Immunization Awareness Week in Canada and across the world, and UNICEF is reporting the failure of Canada to achieve the 95% immunization rate required to protect the community from resurgences of deadly and debilitating infectious disease.  At 84%, we are even below the UK, which is experiencing a severe measles outbreak, and we […]

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Posted in Canada, Health Policy, Skepticism, Vaccines3 Comments

Elizabeth May wi-fi Fail

Skeptical Fails and Wins this Week

31 July 2011 by Melany Hamill

Hello skeptifans. I hope that those of you who have a long weekend this weekend are enjoying it so far! Here are the Fails and Wins in the media last week. Jonathan Kay: Elizabeth May’s wireless problem A lot of you sent in links on this story. Elizabeth May has unfortunately bought in to the […]

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Coughs, colds, and the “appealing but mistaken concept of boosting the immune system”

Coughs, colds, and the “appealing but mistaken concept of boosting the immune system”

24 January 2011 by Erik Davis

I came down with a nasty cold before the holidays – so bad that I briefly thought I had the flu, and was cursing myself for having waited so long to get the flu shot, which I’d received just before the symptoms began. Amidst all the sniffling and groaning and self-pitying, it occurred to me […]

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Posted in Alternative Medicine, Diet and Nutrition, Health, Medical Conditions, Medicinal Advertising, Skepticism, Vaccines27 Comments