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Batshit crazy pseudoscience, conspiracy theories, and lethally dangerous "health advice". They have a particular hatred for vaccines, and they spread all the lies and disinformation of the anti-vax death cult.
Worst of all, they claim that vaccines cause Shaken Baby Syndrome. No, you fuckers! SBS is caused by vicious child abusers who shake babies unmercifully until their brains bleed. And you vile lumps of excrement are giving an out to those murderers.
This site makes me want to vomit.
A cesspool of illiterate, fantastic and anti-scientific health information which seems to be the the product of a diseased mind. The same website also runs medicalkidnap.com, which is an apologetics website for serial child abusers who fly the banner of "health freedom" in order to perpetrate munchausen's by proxy, child medical neglect, or outright child abuse such as baby shaking.
just like the other people said this site is pants on fire and with data that's not even true to boot
Ill-advised health "news" not based on actual peer-reviewed science that borders on scare-mongering
Pseudo-scientific nonsense and false claims about health and food. An article even speculates a conspiracy about artificial chemicals being added to fruits and vegetables after harvest and then sold under the claim of natural.
Pseudoscientific bullshit, promotion of alternative medicine, conspiracy theories and anti-vaccination hysteria website.
And yes, they claim that vaccines cause SBS (Shaken Baby Syndrome), which they don't.
This site is a source of falsified claims dealing with medicine and science.
This site is very untrustworthy!
This is another in a seemingly endless chain of websites originating in the USA that seem designed to prey on confused and vulnerable people regarding medicine and medical science. What is going on over there? The site is full of misleading information, falsehoods and half-truths. They regularly insult the medical profession and even promote the most ridiculous anti-vaccination rubbish. They even recommend Homeopathy for Pete's sake! If people are believing what these people are pushing here then this is a truly dangerous website. Makes me wonder about my passion for the need for free expression in the West sometimes.
The claims made on this site are scientifically proven to be false, and risk misleading parents in to making dangerous decisions that could endanger their child or children, and those of others, particularly when referring to vaccines.
An example of evidence can be found here, along with all sources:
Just another ignorant and emotional anti-vaccine site that thinks anecdotal evidence from grieving parents trumps science again. Ignore the misinformation. Vaccine injuries are exceedingly rare, and minor compared to the morbidity and mortality from the vaccine preventable diseases.