In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, antivaxxer Del Bigtree wastes the CDC's time with an abusive FOIA request and lawsuit to dishonestly claim that there's no evidence some vaccines don't cause autism.
GenoPalate is a company that claims to give "personalized" dietary recommendations based on DNA testing. Unfortunately, what is provided by such companies is more akin to astrology than science.
Children's Health Defense is Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s antivaccine group. Recently it posted a list of ten "facts" about vaccines. In reality, it's ten bits of disinformation, half-truths, and lies.
An antivaxxer named Kevin Tuttle thinks he "dropped the mic" at the meeting of the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. He didn't Instead, he demonstrated just how antivaccine he is.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. published an article claiming that vaccines and glyphosate are responsible for the obesity epidemic. Too bad he cited the work of longtime antivaccine cranks.
Over two years ago, UC-Irvine announced a massive $200 million donation from Susan and Henry Samueli, to be used to "integrate" quackery into its entire structure. The fruits of that donation are now apparent.
Liz Rovegno claims that eliminating the religious exemption to school vaccine mandates in New Jersey will kill her son Keanu. It won't.
Chicago pediatrician Dr. Van Koinis committed suicide. This week, it was reported that in his suicide note he expressed regret over falsifying vaccinations. Did he actually fake vaccinating patients? Whatever the truth, Cook County health officials now have a huge mess on their hands.
An antivaccine Circle of Mamas has asked a bunch of disingenuous questions about vaccines that have gone viral. Fortunately, Orac has answers.