A new study offers more compelling evidence that America should do this.
After the article was published, back when more reporters were covering the scientific links between vaccines and autism, I asked an official from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) about the supposed lack of autism in the unvaccinated Amish.
This year's influenza vaccine admittedly doesn't work against the prevailing virus strain currently in circulation. But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is pushing everybody to get one anyway, as is the media.
Yet the agency not only encourages people to get vaccinated anyway but is also urging doctors to step up the use of antiviral drugs that provide barely any health benefit.
In a press release, the Department of Health and Human Services said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that some state officials have identified the hospitals as Ebola treatment centers, and more are expected to be designated as such in the coming weeks.