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MedicalConspiracies- Childhood Vaccine Schedule: Where is the Science?

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The Changing Role of Pediatricians
Published October 6, 2016 | History
As soon as they know a baby is on the way, one of the preparatory tasks most first-time parents go through is finding a pediatrician. Using a separate pediatrician for children instead of relying on the family doctor is actually a relatively new idea. Apart from obstetrics, the concept of a specialty in children's health was sporadic prior to the 1860s. It was only formalized with the introduction of the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) in 1933, when it became clear there was a need for standardization in training. 

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Antibiotic Levaquin Can Cause Nervous System Reactions
Published October 6, 2016 | Infections
Levaquin (levofloxacin) is a potent antibiotic recommended for use against such dangerous diseases as anthrax and the plague, as well as for pneumonia and other serious bacterial infections. It was the drug reportedly used to treat former Secretary of State and current Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's pneumonia. Prescribing information for Levaquin includes warnings about possible central nervous system effects including convulsions, anxiety, confusion, depression, and insomnia.

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Childhood Vaccine Schedule: Where is the Science?
Published October 6, 2016 | Schedules
Americans have been carefully taught to fully trust the recommenda-tions made by medical doctors and public health officials, and many do trust without questioning. After all, we expect and want to believe that the recommendations being made by the "medical experts" are evidence-based and thoroughly tested for safety. In the case of the childhood vaccine schedule recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the general...

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Babies May Benefit from Co-Sleeping
Published October 6, 2016 | Children
In most of the world, it is common practice for parents and babies to sleep together. In the United States and several other countries, including Britain, Germany, and parts of western Europe, parents tend to put babies in their own beds and usually in a separate room. This custom is largely due to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) warnings about the potential for falls or accidental suffocation of the infant by the co-sleeping parent.

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Is There Objective Evidence HPV Vaccination Programs are Unjustified?
Published October 6, 2016 | Best in Video
Part of the panel was meant to deal with the HPV vaccine, namely is there any objective to show that the current HPV vaccine program is not justified and what is the evidence, if any, that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer and, therefore, can offer long-term benefits, because that's the basis that they're being promoted as a cervical cancer vaccine. And also briefly to touch on the nature and incidence of adverse events.

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