Dr. Paul Offit 4 hrs · Enter Marianne Williamson and Jessica Biel. If you promote false information about vaccines that might cause children to face unnecessary risks, you're not a vaccine skeptic. You're anti-vaccine. And if you deny a mountain of evidence that counters your views, you're a conspiracy theorist.
It seemed virtually inevitable that I would be thrown out of AutismOne, a yearly conference that has been accused of being a hive of anti-vaccine sentiments, bad science, scaremongering and worthless products. The conference has, after all, ejected several science bloggers who have previously attended, as well as a Chicago Tribune journalist, a filmmaker, and …
Self-help author and Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson joined The View on Thursday to promote policies aimed at ending violence, child poverty, and decreasing endless war. She also said some highly unfortunate shit about vaccines, for those of you wistful for the Jenny McCarthy days. Source: Marianne Williamson Defends Vaccine Skepticism on 'The View'
When did we start trusting actors for advice on parenting and politics? In the second week of June, Jessica Biel graced the unglamorous halls of the California State legislature to oppose a bill that would create an extra layer of oversight for parents seeking medical exemptions to vaccines for their children. Jezebel broke the news that Ms. Biel, the …
HuffPost continues to host articles, some written by celebrities like Jenny McCarthy and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., that link vaccines to autism. Source: HuffPost published anti-vaccine articles by celebrities - INSIDER
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will be the keynote speaker at the 13th Annual Surrey Environment and Business Awards Lunch in September. Source: Surrey trade board slammed for event with anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr | Daily Hive Vancouver
Colorado ranks last in the U.S. for childhood vaccinations. But its governor supports parents' rights to opt out of immunizing their children. Source: Colorado vaccine skeptics heartened by 'pro-choice' Jared Polis