Sometimes I run across articles and posts just because someone I follow on Twitter or Facebook will post a link that I happen to catch. Of course, I miss about 95% of what’s posted because I just don’t have the time to read them all. One person’s postings gets checked more frequently, since she focuses on vaccines, autism, and health care myths of all sorts. I ran across her while reading comments that followed an article in the LA Times (the story has long been deleted from my overloaded memory cells). She was responding to someone who maintained parents of autistic children were cheating the government out of disability payments. Let’s just say she was much nicer than I was.
Today, she posted a link to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia‘s History of Vaccines blog, which I had never seen before. I could go on about how much information is out there in the internet, but I pick and choose what I read and don’t read. This blog will be on the “must read” list. Continue reading “The history of the anti-vaccination movement, includes a theme song”