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Outright lies right in their headlines, from "Shocking: Fast Food Hamburgers Could be as Little as 2% ACTUAL Meat" (potentially true, but highly misleading) to "Courts quietly confirm MMR Vaccine causes Autism" (they didn't, and it doesn't).
This site contains misinformation on vaccines, to the extent where is may safely be described as active scaremongering.
It appears, as is so often the case with these antivax sites, to be linked to OTC supplement selling sites. The first one I looked at was touting testosterone as a supplement.
Dangerous misinformation, almost certainly with the aim of profiting from the fears generated in the gullible reader.
Pure B.S. No science here, just "sciency" sounding word salad.
Bizarre site full of pseudoscience and crazy alt-med woo, with a side order of conspiracy theories.
It's virulently anti-vaccination, spreading lies and propaganda against it. Avoid this site if you value your health and the health of your children.
Bonus reason for avoiding it - the constant pop-ups asking you to like it on Facebook will give you the complete sh*ts.
This site is riddled with logical fallacies, inuendo, cherry picking of sources and quotes taken out of context to support potentially dangerous views and the impression of being party to hidden knowledge and conspiracies, while trying to pull at the reader's emotions. Vaccination and immunization is a particular area of concern, where parents may not take account of the great weight of reliable scientific evidence that comes clean about real adverse vaccine reactions (which are thankfully extremely rare) but also points out the reduction in very serious, often deadly diseases that results from immunization, albeit without often resorting to appeal to emotion. Pertussis (whooping cough) deaths in babies too young to be vaccinated have resulted (e.g. poor Dana McCaffery) from outbreaks in Australia. Think twice before accepting the views posed here and putting your own child at risk.
It is amazing just how much WRONGness this website packs into one location. No, the courts have NOT said that vaccines cause autism -- because that is a dangerous and false claim. And that is just one of many. Heck, even the ads are providing disproven information, such as the one saying you can quit smoking using "subliminal" messages.
This site has completely false and misleading information on vaccines. Save your brain by going to other sites.
Here's a rebuttal:
Administrator of comments section to an article is antisemitic racist.
He lets anti-Israel propaganda comments stay published, while reasonable and intelligent counterarguments deletes.
Whole blogging experience than becomes just a waste of time.
This is a bad website with WRONG information. Run away! http://skeptoid.com/blog/2013/08/11/new-published-study-verifies-andrew-...
Dangerous nonsense. This site is totally untrustworthy and is likely to mislead all who visit it looking for some information. Appalling.