November 30, 2008

Interesting blog

Posted in anti-vaccinations, pro vaccinations at 6:12 pm by bek300

This is a very interesting blog post. It is someone who is obviously pro vaccines and wrote this article after the “Green the Vaccines” rally. They use a lot of photos and links about this. You should also read the comments that people left on the post. As we believe, this is such an increbily sensitive issue and people are VERY opinionated about this. You can tell the distane in this writer’s voice for these people. The blog comes from www.scienceblogs.com, so I am not sure what their background may be, but they obviously look at the science side of the issue.

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Passionate against vaccines

Posted in pro vaccinations at 5:59 pm by bek300

This blog post was written by a person who strongly believes in vaccinations and does not that vaccinations cause autism. They have some interesting links in the article and some visual aids.

Ads on TV

Posted in anti-vaccinations, General Information, pro vaccinations at 5:42 pm by bek300

As I was writing the last post I started hearing something about vaccinations. I looked up and noticed an ad or PSA for www.vaccinateyourbaby.org. It is a pro-vaccination website talking about why to vaccinate your child.

The spokeswoman for the site is Amanda Peet. You may remember some uproar between Amanda Peet and Jenny McCarthy. Jenny McCarthy is pro greening vaccinations and alternative schedules. She doesn’t agree with the current vaccinations because she believes that is what caused her child’s autism. Amanda Peet referred very bluntly about her feelings on the parents that don’t vaccinate their children. Jenny McCarthy is the spokeswoman for www.generationrescue.org. It gives facts about the growing number of vaccinations and about alternative schedules. While some of the information is science based some of the information is just the opinions of parents, but the website is very clear about which statements are fact and which are opinion.