All of these theories are explored in hundreds of thousands of YouTube videos. Johnson said he has seen the movement grow on the video-sharing site over the years. “When I started looking at videos, there were maybe around 40,000 or 50,000 back in late ’14, early ’15,” Johnson said. “Now it’s like 15 or 16 million video hits.”Doctors agree that looking into the sun during the eclipse can — but many flat Earthers will dismiss these stories (and, I
Oddly enough, former neurosurgeon and housing and urban development (HUD) nominee, Dr. Benjamin Carson, on that very same stage, noted the overwhelming evidence against vaccines causing autism. So what is the fear, if anti-vaxxers grow in number or are allowed more leeway? It could increase the infection and transmission of diseases such as the flu, pertussis or whooping cough, measles, and many others.To hear what geneticist Michael Wigler thinks of vaccines causing autism, click here:
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Not only have vaccine myths been debunked, backing an anti-vaccine agenda runs counter to the government’s own stance, as well as that of the medical establishment. There already exists a federal advisory committee on immunization. These are medical experts and public health professionals who weigh in on vaccine-related issues from time to time.To hear what geneticist Michael Wigler thinks of vaccines causing autism, click here: