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Michigan reports a sharp drop in child vaccinations after the CDC warned missed shots could lead to a measles resurgence across the US
Even after the CDC issued a warning about a possible measles outbreak, the rate of child vaccinations continued to drop in states like Michigan.
The amount of children getting vaccinated against measles, mumps, and rubella has fallen drastically since the COVID-19 shutdown.
The mysterious illness that caused 15 deaths in a Malaysian tribe has been linked to a measles outbreak
112 related cases were recorded in less than 2 weeks.
US health officials threatened to invoke a rare ‘Do Not Board’ travel ban to contain the country’s growing measles outbreak
Eight people believed to be infected with measles had to cancel their flights after health officials threatened to invoke a travel ban.
77% of Americans believe kids should be vaccinated against measles even if their parents object, poll shows
The news comes amid what public health experts call a "completely avoidable" outbreak of 764 measles cases recorded in the United States this year.
Despite proposed fines for anti-vaxxers in Germany and New York, vaccine exemption bills may be on the rise
Germany and New York recently introduced bills to fine people who fail to vaccinate. But policies that let people forgo vaccinations may be on the rise.
Jenny McCarthy is one of the most well-known voices of the anti-vaxx movement, which uses false claims and junk science to argue against vaccines.
While Facebook introduced a policy aimed at combatting vaccine misinformation on its platforms, anti-vax memes continue to thrive on Instagram.
Measles is spreading rapidly in New York City — 94 more people have gotten sick this month. Elsewhere, the infection has killed more than 1,200 ...
Measles cases are on the rise in the US and around the globe as more people forego vaccines. But not everyone who skips the vaccine wants to.
YouTube, where much of the anti-vax content resides, said it considers the videos "dangerous or harmful," but still allows them on its site.