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NEWS Whooping cough being spread by the vaccinated

June 25th 2015

Whooping cough is on the increase-and although doctors like to blame it on unvaccinated children, the truth is that most new cases have been transmitted by those who have been vaccinated and are unwittingly acting as carriers

NEWS Whooping cough vaccine can make disease worse

January 13th 2014 /

After 50 years of mass immunisation, cases of whooping cough (pertussis) continue to rise

FEATURE The doctor who dared say vaccines don't work

2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 7) /

Dr Jayne Donegan's career was almost ruinedwhen she did her own research into vaccinations and discovered that doctors arebeing misled by the government about their safety and effectiveness

NEWS Homeopathic flu vaccines are effective, says health regulator

May 22nd 2013

Ten homeopathic flu vaccines have been licensed for use by Canada's health regulator

NEWS Compulsory vaccines for newborns 'a consideration' in the UK

September 3rd 2012

The UK's health authorities are thinking of making vaccinations compulsory - and even given to newborns - following a rise in the number of measles and whooping cough cases

FEATURE What triggers asthma?

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Click here for your free Asthma Factsheet

FEATURE Fever folk remedies

2006 (Vol. 16 Issue 12)

* Sponging with ice water or alcohol is said to help alleviate fever

FEATURE Booster vaccine: one jab too many?

2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 8)

The drug will be marketed as Boostrix by GlaxoSmithKline and indicated for use as a single booster dose to adolescents aged 10 to 18 years

FEATURE Alternative ways to prevent or treat whooping cough

2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 1) /

There's no doubt that whooping cough is distressing disease, for both child and parent

FEATURE How many components make a good acellular vaccine?

2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 1)

There is still some dispute over what elements ought to be included in an acellular vaccine, largely because scientists don't really understand which components in the pertussis vaccine are required to stimulate an immune response

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