Vaccination Information Articles

  • Vaccinating for whooping cough -- pros and cons

    There's been some recent news regarding some of the serious consequences of the whooping cough vaccine. So much so, it's led to a worldwide controversy on its "benefits versus its risks" standing.

  • Choosing not to Vaccinate? Your Doctor Could Fire You for That Choice

    More physicians are dropping families who opt out of vaccines. Some clinics have instituted policies that require all patients who want treatment to be immunized. If you and your doctor don't agree about vaccines, is it ethical for that doctor to refuse to treat your child?

  • When Are Immunizations Necessary and Why Are They Important?

    Arguments can be made for and against immunizations. You are your child's primary advocate when it comes to heath and wellness. We've outlined several options that parents choose to protect their child from contagious diseases. We believe the final informed decision, is yours.

  • When Your Child is Afraid of Needles

    Is your child deathly afraid of needles and due to get a booster shot soon? Here are a few suggestions that may help with this common and stressful situation.

  • Solving Common Health Insurance Denials and Rejections

    Anyone who has used the healthcare system has probably had to sort through billing issues with their physician or dental office, clinic, or hospital. Here are the most common errors made in the exchange of medical information between the patient, medical office, and insurance company.

  • The Pitfalls and Dangers of Common Vaccines

    In the 1980s, the U.S. government decided to change the Mandatory Childhood Vaccine Schedule by intensely increasing the number of vaccines an infant and toddler should receive before the age of three. Back then, no one fully understood the implications of this until autism cases began springing up in large numbers.

  • Protect Your Child from Flu

    You've done your homework, researching and interviewing to find the best care for your child, but is your caregiver-nanny, babysitter, daycare worker or family member-protected against the flu?

  • A Conservative Vaccine Schedule

    After many months of soul-searching and multiple failed attempts to get information from my pediatrician, I decided to do some research on vaccines and the risks to my newborn.

  • Mercury-free Influenza Vaccines Available

    Good news for parents who seek to protect their children from Thimerosal in influenza vaccines. Thimerosal has been added to vaccines for well over sixty years now, but due to its mercury content many scientists believe its time to offer either alternatives or Thimerosal-free vaccines.

  • Preventing Colds and Flus

    Studies show that women are more prone to colds and flus after having children -- and kids themselves are exposed to germs continually in childcare and preschool. So it's smart to take up arms against those microbial invaders!

  • A Conservative Vaccine Schedule

    After many months of soul-searching and multiple failed attempts to get information from my pediatrician, I decided to do some research on vaccines and the risks to my newborn.

  • Solving Common Health Insurance Denials and Rejections

    Anyone who has used the healthcare system has probably had to sort through billing issues with their physician or dental office, clinic, or hospital. Here are the most common errors made in the exchange of medical information between the patient, medical office, and insurance company.

  • When Your Child is Afraid of Needles

    Is your child deathly afraid of needles and due to get a booster shot soon? Here are a few suggestions that may help with this common and stressful situation.

  • When Are Immunizations Necessary and Why Are They Important?

    Arguments can be made for and against immunizations. You are your child's primary advocate when it comes to heath and wellness. We've outlined several options that parents choose to protect their child from contagious diseases. We believe the final informed decision, is yours.

  • Choosing not to Vaccinate? Your Doctor Could Fire You for That Choice

    More physicians are dropping families who opt out of vaccines. Some clinics have instituted policies that require all patients who want treatment to be immunized. If you and your doctor don't agree about vaccines, is it ethical for that doctor to refuse to treat your child?

  • Vaccinating for whooping cough -- pros and cons

    There's been some recent news regarding some of the serious consequences of the whooping cough vaccine. So much so, it's led to a worldwide controversy on its "benefits versus its risks" standing.

  • Preventing Colds and Flus

    Studies show that women are more prone to colds and flus after having children -- and kids themselves are exposed to germs continually in childcare and preschool. So it's smart to take up arms against those microbial invaders!

  • Protect Your Child from Flu

    You've done your homework, researching and interviewing to find the best care for your child, but is your caregiver-nanny, babysitter, daycare worker or family member-protected against the flu?

  • Mercury-free Influenza Vaccines Available

    Good news for parents who seek to protect their children from Thimerosal in influenza vaccines. Thimerosal has been added to vaccines for well over sixty years now, but due to its mercury content many scientists believe its time to offer either alternatives or Thimerosal-free vaccines.

  • The Pitfalls and Dangers of Common Vaccines

    In the 1980s, the U.S. government decided to change the Mandatory Childhood Vaccine Schedule by intensely increasing the number of vaccines an infant and toddler should receive before the age of three. Back then, no one fully understood the implications of this until autism cases began springing up in large numbers.