Featured in vaccinations
Anti-vaxxers are only part of the measles problem
Massive outbreaks in the 1990s hold some clues for how to combat the resurgence.
Schools have more unvaccinated kids than they realize
Thousands of kindergarteners aren’t vaccinated, but also don’t have exemptions.
We’re finally studying how to combat the anti-vax movement, but the methods may surprise you
Researchers are beginning to understand how to talk to parents who are concerned about vaccines.
We’re barreling toward a 25-year measles record
A regularly-updated resource to keep you informed.
7 things parents should know about the measles outbreak
Medical professionals answer your biggest questions.
Measles is an early warning sign for outbreaks of more serious diseases
We never achieved the vaccination levels necessary to prevent outbreaks.
Vaccines don’t cause autism, another massive study confirms
Maybe the more pressing issue is whether anyone will be convinced.
Some vaccinated adults may not be protected against measles
If you got your measles shot in the '60s, you might need another one.
The MMR vaccine covers mumps and rubella, too. Are outbreaks of these next?
Measles is all we really have to worry about—for now.
Scientists predicted the current measles outbreaks a year ago
It should be no surprise that dense population centers with low vaccination rates would get outbreaks.