A qualitative, systematic review argues the need for plant/oil-based medicines as alternatives to synthetic antibiotics, which are subject to pathogen resistance and negative side effects; and explores the effectiveness of essential oils as alternatives in the treatment of periodontal pathogens.
Clove essential oil significantly reduces pain responses in mice.
Flu vaccination not found to decrease incidence of influenza infection, but was associated with significantly increased risk of non influenza respiratory infections
Subtle DNA changes are connected to and the overuse of vaccines and consequentaly, autism.
Theoretical aspects of Autism: Causes—A review
Autism and resulting medical conditions
Mercury from Thimerosal-containing biologic/vaccine preparations may contribute to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Mercury and Autism: accelerating evidence?
Elevated levels of measles antibodies are found in children with Autism.
Evidence suggests a strong association between MMR and CNS autoimmunity in Autism.
Tylenol, MMR and Autism - A parent survey study
A positive association is found between childhood vaccination uptake and Autism prevalence.
Increases in Autism and Cancer correspond with the introduction of vaccines using human fetal cell lines and retroviral contaminants.
Autism: a novel form of mercury poisoning
Conjugate vaccines (like that for Hib) may predispose children to autism spectrum disorders.
A two-phase study evaluating the relationship between Thimerosal-containing vaccine administration and the risk for an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis in the United States
Whistleblower, Dr. William Thompson, claims that the CDC suppressed scientific evidence that the MMR vaccine increases the incidence of Autism in some populations. Download the files released by Dr. Thompson here.
400 Important Scientific Papers Summarized for Parents and Researchers, by Neil Z. Miller
Studies are cited on a range of vaccine-related topics such as injury related to aluminum in vaccines and increases in seizures, SIDS and allergies related to vaccination.
There are many types of evidence such as scientific, historical and experiential. Science, like all other types of evidence, has it's strengths as well as weaknesses. Studies can be strongly or poorly designed and influenced by bias or any number of motivations. Data can be cherry-picked and study conclusions do not always match the evidence within. Here are a few questions to ask when critically assessing a study and it's findings: