Are vaccines really necessary? Is there still mercury in vaccines? Find out the answers to common vaccination debates.
Here, experts weigh in on common myths surrounding the practice of vaccination -- and why those myths are wrong.
Wary parents want to protect their child from any possible risk. It's time to inject a dose of reality into the rumor-driven debate.
Should parents follow a strict vaccine schedule or is there room for flexibility?
Which vaccines do kids need and why are they necessary?
If California's vaccination rates had been higher, my 4-month-old son would have been more protected from the measles.
When it comes to keeping children safe, I take no chances.
According to a new survey, vaccine refusals have increased since 2006.
While most Americans are on board with vaccinating their children against measles, mumps, and rubella, parents of younger kids are unclear on the benefits vs. risks.
Minnesota is facing a measles outbreak, and health officials say groups spreading false information about the MMR vaccine are to blame.
A judge says this mom has one week to vaccinate her son, or else she is headed for the big house.