Hallberg's Picture of Health: Measles make a comeback

Measles vaccine
Getting the Measles vaccine is the best way to avoid contracting the disease and prevent its spread.
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The Measles outbreak that started in California is spreading, and can be blamed largely on parents who refuse to get their children vaccinated.

In this episode, Dr. Hallberg re-states the irrefutable evidence that the Measles vaccine is completely safe and absolutely does not lead to autism in children or other disorders.

Hallberg also describes how incredibly contagious the Measles virus is, and how sick it can make your child.

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