May, 2012: The Anthrax Vaccine

• A look at the Anthrax vaccine.
• CDC claims that there is no evidence of long-term health problems.
• But VAERS data shows significant long-term health issues. . . . → Read More

February, 2012: The Limits of VAERS

• A look at the scientific validity of VAERS.
• VAERS data can identify trends but cannot prove them.
• So use these VAERS blog reports with caution and understanding. . . . → Read More

January, 2012: Seizures and 5-in-1 Vaccines

• A JAMA article links the 5-in-1 combination shot Pentacel with seizures.
• A search of VAERS shows that the 5 components are linked to seizures.
• And another 5-in-1 vaccine, Pediarix, also shows VAERS seizure symptoms. . . . → Read More

December, 2011: Yearly wrapup

• For the first time, the number of new VAERS events went down in 2011.
• It seems to be due to significantly fewer Flu-related VAERS events. . . . → Read More

November 2011: Pregnant women and HPV

• A continued look at pregnant women who got the HPV vaccine.
• Detailed symptom analysis of the VAERS reports shows substantial pregnancy-related difficulties. . . . → Read More

October 2011: Pregnant women and vaccines

• Is it safe to get a vaccination when pregnant?
• Gardasil shows up in more pregnancy-related VAERS reports than any other vaccine.
• The H1N1 Flu vaccine seems to be 20 times as bad as the Seasonal Flu vaccine. . . . → Read More

September 2011: Flu season preview

• An examination of Flu-related VAERS reports.
• This year is the worst year on record (so far). . . . → Read More

August 2011: Children’s recommended vaccines

• A look at recommended children’s vaccinations.
• For 0-6 year olds, the DTP vaccine appears most often.
• For 7-18 year olds, the HPV vaccination appears most often. . . . → Read More

July 2011: Per-dose analysis

• A new MedAlerts feature considers the number of doses given.
• Anthrax has the highest rate of VAERS reports per vaccination.
• Lyme and Rotavirus are also bad, but these were withdrawn from the market. . . . → Read More

May 2011: Flaws in VAERS data

• A look at mistakes in VAERS data, specifically:
• Confusion about whether or not the patient was hospitalized.
• Confusion about whether or not Gardasil was given. . . . → Read More

April 2011: Age and VAERS data

• A look at vaccine-related deaths and age.
• More deaths occur among 3-month-olds than any other age! . . . → Read More

March 2011: Gender and VAERS data

• A look at vaccines and gender.
• Some vaccines seem to affect females more than males. . . . → Read More