Archive for 'Vaccinations'
MMR vaccine uptake rates have finally recovered from the Dr Wakefield autism scandal as new figures show more than nine in ten now have the jab- the highest in 14 years.More children are now being vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella than at any time since 1997/8, new data shows. Uptake rates plummeted following the […]
Posted: December 6th, 2012 under Doctors, Drugs, Health, Health Professionals, Natural Health, NHS Deaths, Risk of Drugs, Uncategorized, Vaccinations.
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A doctor found guilty of serious professional misconduct over the MMR controversy has won his High Court appeal against being struck off.Prof John Walker-Smith carried out research with Dr Andrew Wakefield (pictured above) claiming there was a link between autism and the combined jab for measles, mumps and rubella. The study caused a fall in […]
Posted: March 7th, 2012 under Doctors, Health Professionals, Healthcare, Preventable Crisis, Uncategorized, Vaccinations.
Tags: Doctors, GMC, Health Professionals, MMR, preventable crisis, vaccinations
According to research, taking a holiday– particularly a sunny one – can lower your IQ.A Health warning- two weeks’ holiday could reduce your IQ by as much as 20 points, but, fortunately, the effect is only temporary. Holidays, it seems – particularly to sweltering destinations – can impair mental functioning. The problems begin when you […]
Ninety per cent of two year old children in the UK have received their first dose of the MMR vaccine – the highest level for 13 years, says the Health Protection Agency. But this is still short of the 95% uptake rate which would stop the spread of the disease in the community. A measles […]
Posted: July 4th, 2011 under Doctors, GPs, Health, Health Professionals, Healthcare, NHS Deaths, Preventable Crisis, Quangoes, Uncategorized, Vaccinations.
Tags: Doctors, GPs, measles, MMR, NHS Deaths, preventable crisis, vaccinations