Vaccines and Autism: Debate Over?


Vaccines and autism: for years, there have been talk that the MMR immunization caused autism in otherwise healthy children. Many in the health field, however, dismissed the link. Last February, it was shown that the doctor who first made the link had faked the results. And now the medical journal The Lancet retracted the article in which those results were published, an unusual move on the part of the British publication. But will the debate rage on? Do parents like Jenny MCarthy still insist that the MMR vaccine caused their children's disorder? Daphne Brogdon of Cool Mom asks, "Vaccines and autism: debate over?"


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Lori Lange (aka "RecipeGirl") left the elementary school classroom in 2005 to start, which houses over 2,500 original and adapted recipes. Lori now spends her days developing recipes and photographing food for companies, websites and publications, such as Pepperidge Farm, Sam's Club and Betty Crocker, as well as creating original recipes and themed menus to add to

She is a recipe & video contributor to the online cooking series, Good Bite, and she has contributed to the cookbooks Junior League of San Diego: California Sol Food and Blog Aid for Haiti. Lori was a judge alongside Paula Deen in the Real Women of Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cook Off in Savannah, GA in 2010.

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