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Polio, rubella, diphtheria, measles, and smallpox and are among the diseases that vaccines have helped to eliminate in the US.
The first chlamydia vaccine could soon be on its way. The common STI can lead to infertility, chronic pain, and an increased risk of HIV.
There are 1 million new STI cases globally every day, and many current antibiotics used to treat them are becoming antibiotic resistant.
HuffPost continues to host articles, some written by celebrities like Jenny McCarthy and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., that link vaccines to autism.
2020 presidential contender Marianne Williamson called vaccine mandates “draconian,” and no different than the abortion debates
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said during an event in New Hampshire that vaccination mandates are "draconian" and "Orwelian."
Meet Bernard and Lisa Selz, the wealthy New York City couple who has donated millions to the anti-vax movement
Their donations were used to partially fund "Vaxxed," a documentary that relied on pseudoscience to question the safety of vaccines.
This New York doctor has been publicly urging parents not to vaccinate their children in the midst of a measles outbreak. Why is he still allowed to p...
A New York pediatrician has opposed vaccines for more than a decade, but continues to practice medicine.
The Kentucky teen who refused the chickenpox vaccination, and even sued his local health department over it, contracted the disease.
77% of Americans believe kids should be vaccinated against measles even if their parents object, poll shows
The news comes amid what public health experts call a "completely avoidable" outbreak of 764 measles cases recorded in the United States this year.
Despite proposed fines for anti-vaxxers in Germany and New York, vaccine exemption bills may be on the rise
Germany and New York recently introduced bills to fine people who fail to vaccinate. But policies that let people forgo vaccinations may be on the rise.
If you’re an anti-vaxxer, you have ‘blood on your hands,’ according to the UK’s healthcare secretary
UK health secretary Matt Hancock told The Times that anti-vaxxers "have blood on their hands" and that he won't rule out compulsory vaccinations.