Anti-Vaccine Movement Leads To Rise In Measles, Whooping Cough

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The Dairy Export Council reported this week that the cost of cheddar cheese climbed 18 percent this year to its highest price ever because domestic manufacturers have been unable to meet the demand for cheese by Chinese purchasers.

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SAN DIEGO—With a succession of quick baskets during the NCAA Tournament Friday, sources confirmed that a surge was quickly answered by a rally.

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A study published this week in the journal Neuroscience found that inconsistent sleep patterns, including not sleeping enough and sleeping erratic hours, can result in an irreversible loss of brain neurons.
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Anti-Vaccine Movement Leads To Rise In Measles, Whooping Cough

According to the CDC, formerly eradicated diseases like measles, mumps, rubella, and whooping cough are making a comeback due to “anti-vaxxers,” parents who refuse to vaccinate their kids because they erroneously believe vaccines contain toxins that cause autism and more. What do you think?

  • “Any disease that was good enough for the greatest generation is good enough for my kid.”

    Gregg Walker
    Unemployed
  • “These pro-vaccine moms are so dramatic. All these diseases will do is make kids a little sick and then kill them.”

    Merrill McCray
    Stenographer
  • “It’s just nice to see a grassroots movement actually accomplish something.”

    Ron Lasater
    Shipyard Supervisor
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