Battle for Informed Consent Rages in California

In the Children’s Health Conference held in Sacramento, California on Sept 13, vaccination took center stage. Before 2015, California allowed personal and religious exemptions for all vaccinations in order to attend public school, and now thanks to California SB277, exemptions may be granted only on the basis of medical necessity. Still there…

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Paleo Family: Raising Natural Kids in an Unnatural World

From the forthcoming Paleo Family health book: According to Greek mythology, Icarus was the son of a master craftsman, Daedalus, who had invented technological advances such as the labyrinth. Daedalus and Icarus got into some trouble with Minos, who threw them into their labyrinth, so they were forced to think…

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Vaccine Inventor Calls Mentally Disabled “Children in Human Form”

Stanley A. Plotkin is an American physician who works as a consultant to vaccine manufacturers, such as Sanofi Pasteur, as well as biotechnology firms, non-profits and governments. In the 1960s, he played a pivotal role in discovery of a vaccine against rubella virus while working at Wistar Institute in Philadelphia.…

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Paleo Family Book Giveaway!

We’re excited to announce the publication of Paleo Family: Raising Natural Kids in an Unnatural World September 24, 2018! In anticipation, we’re holding a giveaway through Goodreads. Sign up for a chance to win an advance reader copy today: Goodreads Book Giveaway Paleo Family by J.S.B. Morse Giveaway ends September…

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A NICU Nurse Turns Vaccine Whistleblower

I am a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurse. For almost 14 years I worked in some of the best children’s hospitals in the country. I have never really been one to question “modern medicine” until somewhat recently. When you work in healthcare, you mostly just assume that everything is…

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U.S. Opposition to UN Breast-Feeding Resolution Has Merit

  According to a New York Times report, several diplomats met in Geneva this Spring for a United Nations-affiliated World Health Assembly. One of the most controversial actions concerned a resolution encouraging breast-feeding. The Times reported: American officials sought to water down the resolution by removing language that called on…

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New Drugs Won’t Slow the Suicide Epidemic; They Might Be the Cause

The recent celebrity suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have alerted media to an epidemic of suicide in the United States over the last 15 years: U.S. health authorities said on Thursday that there had been a sharp rise in suicide rates across the country since the beginning of the…

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