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  1. photo Afraid of the Disneyland measles outbreak? Don't be fooled by Mickey Mouse science - READ THIS FIRSTAfraid of the Disneyland measles outbreak? Don't be fooled by Mickey Mouse science - READ THIS FIRSTNews
    for a very popular and widely-used chickenpox vaccine.Discover what the chickenpox vaccine insert really saysTake a look at what you'll find in the Varivax chickenpox vaccine insert so that you can lookRead more
  2. photo Your tongue's appearance can reveal disease and nutrient deficienciesYour tongue's appearance can reveal disease and nutrient deficienciesNews
    : Traumatic ulceration of the lingual fraenumVaricella (chickenpox): Macular rash with central vesicles; round erosionsInfectious mononucleosis: Aphthous stomatitis, hemorrhage, ulcerative tonsillitisDiphtheriaRead more
  3. photo Mandatory <b>chickenpox</b> vaccination increases disease rates, study showsMandatory chickenpox vaccination increases disease rates, study showsNews
    to be true all along: that vaccinations not only are unhealthy but also aren't effective.Surprise, surprise.Reported cases of chickenpox have more than tripled since vaccinations became mandatory in SouthRead more
  4. photo Vaccines don't work: Malignant mumps in MMR vaccinated childrenVaccines don't work: Malignant mumps in MMR vaccinated childrenNews
    ">hepatitis B,target="_blank">chickenpox,target="_blank">pertussis (whooping cough),target="_blank">HIV,target="_blank">polio,target="_blank">HPV, andtarget="_blank">influenza vaccines that doRead more
  5. photo U.S. government secretly searches for technology to combat aerosolized EbolaU.S. government secretly searches for technology to combat aerosolized EbolaNews
    be spread through coughing. It says:Unlike respiratory illnesses like measles or chickenpox, which can be transmitted by virus particles that remain suspended in the air after an infected person coughsRead more
  6. CDC now admits Ebola can spread through the air up to 3 feet awayNews
    : chickenpox, tuberculosis.'Well, at least the CDC is starting to move the narrative'"Droplet spread," the agency said, "happens when germs traveling inside droplets that are coughed or sneezed from a sickRead more
  7. photo Monosodium glutamate induces kidney, liver damage in study on ratsMonosodium glutamate induces kidney, liver damage in study on ratsNews
    varicella (chickenpox): glutamate, processed gelatin, monosodium L-glutamate• Yellow Fever (YF-vax): gelatin• Zostavax (Shingles): hydrolyzed porcine gelatin, monosodium L-glutamateSourcesRead more
  8. photo Revealed: The top books on vaccine risks, phony vaccine science and the real truth about immunityRevealed: The top books on vaccine risks, phony vaccine science and the real truth about immunityNews
    cancer), Hib, chickenpox, shingles, rotavirus, pneumococcal, meningococcal, RSV, DTaP, anthrax, smallpox, tuberculosis (TB) and influenza vaccines, among many more ().4) Vaccines: The Risks, The BenefitsRead more
  9. photo HPV and Hepatitis B vaccines do not prevent cervical cancer and liver diseaseHPV and Hepatitis B vaccines do not prevent cervical cancer and liver diseaseNews
    , in population groups who are heavily vaccinated, have shown vaccines are ineffective in protecting against illness. These outbreaks include pertussis (whooping cough), measles and chickenpox. Research has shownRead more
  10. photo Most children who get sick are already vaccinated, but NY judge bars unvaccinated children from attending schoolMost children who get sick are already vaccinated, but NY judge bars unvaccinated children from attending schoolNews
    claims. Their kids had been kept out of school when other students had chickenpox, according to the suit.'Intoxicated' by immunizationsThe third plaintiff, Dina Check, sued on different grounds. SheRead more

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Chickenpox

Disease

Chickenpox is a disease. Sometimes it is spelled chicken pox. Usually it is children who get the disease, but adults can also get it. People who have it get blisters or spots, mostly on the body and in the face. Those blisters are filled with a liquid. At some point the blisters will drain, and the person will want to scratch them. Burst blisters usually become healthy without leaving scars,...More