UIWSOM leaders are hopeful that this model of collaborative and community-based outreach may provide part of the answer to effective preventive care.
In 2003, about 2,000 children in Texas opted out of required vaccinations for non-medical reasons. Today, that number has risen to almost 45,000.
As groups of legislators and tourists wound through the Capitol building, and a group of vaccine advocates from across the state gathered to talk strategy.
The pharmacy chain pitches started in August: Come in and get your flu shot.
Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood has received an outpouring of criticism and support after he professed his firm belief that vaccines “can and do cause autism.”
Here’s something Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood and I have in common: Neither one of us is the person you should consult for medical advice for your children.
I like a good conspiracy movie as much as the next person.
After releasing a short trailer of an interview with Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood on the topic of vaccinations on Monday, Vaxxed TV posted the full video on its YouTube channel Tuesday morning.
In a teaser video published on Facebook by a controversial anti-vaccination organization, Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood claimed that “vaccines can and do cause autism.”
In discussions around any important movement affecting society, words matter.