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  1. photo Afraid of the Disneyland <b>measles</b> 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
    The Disneyland measles outbreak has America in a panic -- a fact that's totally out of proportion to reality given that so far only 644 people have even caught the measles across the country duringRead more
  2. photo Count chemicals, not caloriesCount chemicals, not caloriesNews
    gotten in the past 10 years? Ten or more? Did you get any "booster" vaccines, like for measles or any other hoax epidemics, say swine ? You are letting the nurse inject mercury, aluminum and formaldehydeRead more
  3. photo CDC issues flu vaccine apology: this year's vaccine doesn't work!CDC issues flu vaccine apology: this year's vaccine doesn't work!News
    for children, right alongside mumps and measles vaccines. But it turns out flu shots are never scientifically tested for safety or efficacy in children.Check out what the insert for this vaccine directly admitsRead more
  4. photo Vaccines don't work: Malignant mumps in MMR vaccinated childrenVaccines don't work: Malignant mumps in MMR vaccinated childrenNews
    community and general public is beginning to appreciate how prevalent andtarget="_blank">well-documented vaccine failure really is, especially in the case oftarget="_blank">measles,target="_blankRead more
  5. photo Flu vaccine kills 13 in Italy; death toll risesFlu vaccine kills 13 in Italy; death toll risesNews
    a program established a generation ago to help children injured by government-recommended vaccinations such as measles and chicken pox is now dominated by claims filed by adults who received a flu shot. ThoseRead more
  6. photo Dr. Wakefield files official complaint with CDC over ongoing vaccine fraudDr. Wakefield files official complaint with CDC over ongoing vaccine fraudNews
    and autism. Entitled "Age at First Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination in Children With Autism and School-Matched Control Subjects: A Population-Based Study in Metropolitan Atlanta," the study was publishedRead more
  7. 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
  8. photo U.S. government: Ebola is safer than the flu; high-risk carriers free to mingle with the publicU.S. government: Ebola is safer than the flu; high-risk carriers free to mingle with the publicNews
    outbreaks of communicable diseases among children (measles, mumps, etc.) continue to occur among vaccinated children. In one case, 97% of children affected by a mumps outbreak were . In some cases, in factRead more
  9. photo New York abandons Ebola quarantine after pressure from Obama; politics now driving all medical decisionsNew York abandons Ebola quarantine after pressure from Obama; politics now driving all medical decisionsNews
    fatal infection like Ebola, suddenly the concept of isolation is completely dismissed as useless?If children who carry the measles are a risk to other schoolchildren, then clearly adults who carry EbolaRead more
  10. photo Big Pharma has owned Ebola vaccine for years; waiting for virus to kill enough people for it to be profitableBig Pharma has owned Ebola vaccine for years; waiting for virus to kill enough people for it to be profitableNews
    in Sierra Leone next on the list. The trial is claimed to be double-blind and placebo-controlled, but those in the placebo group will be receiving vaccines for other diseases such as measles. NeitherRead more

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Measles

Disease

Measles is an infectious disease, caused by a virus. People catch measles from other people. It is passed on in tiny drops of water when people breathe. People with measles have a sore throat, a fever, a cough, red eyes and a runny nose. They also have a bumpy red rash all over their body. These rashes will cause a high irritation of itching.Measles is very infectious, which means it is easy to...More