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Watch Kristin Cavallari Defend Her Opinion To Not Vaccinate Her Children On Fox & Friends HERE!

We agree that each parent has the right to choose what they believe is best for their children.

The only thing we're unsure about is what books Kristin Cavallari has been reading about this controversial subject!

She recently went on Fox & Friends and defended her decision to not vaccinate her son, 1 1/2-year-old Camden (and we're assuming her unborn child), because of her fears of autism.

According to her, she's "done a lot of research," and while we don't agree with Kristin, like we mentioned before, it's her choice. However we hope she does a little more research on the topic because we aren't sure the books that she's been reading are very accurate!

Especially when it comes to the fact that there's now a recent measles outbreak in New York, which doctors say was caused by parents not vaccinating their children!

There's been a lot of evidence to prove Kristin's theory wrong over the years! We hope she checks those sources out!

Watch her defend her opinion (above)!

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]

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Jenny McCarthy's Stance On Autism-Vaccinations Causing Uproar For View Hosting Gig!

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We couldn’t be more thrilled that Jenny McCarthy is officially set to join ABC’s The View as new co-host. And yet, it seems that the news of her new gig is being met with some public outrage!

Given Jenny’s controversial and outspoken stance on autism and vaccinations, New Yorker science reporter Michael Specter has spoken up about his frustrations with ABC for giving the new host center stage to potentially discuss her views:

He writes:

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15 Ways To Help Prevent Colds!

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It's flu and cold season already, and we're sure many of you are feeling the effects.

Whether you've got the sniffles or full blown flu, these tips should help you feel better quicker!

To help prevent getting sick:

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Whooping Cough Epidemic!

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The whooping cough is coming back.

No, we're not talking about Arsenio Hall coming back to TV.

The CDC reports that pertussis, the childhood disease characterized by the unique sound produced by its cough, is hitting the highest numbers in over 50 years.

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Reasons Why Your Pet NEEDS Rabies Vaccinations

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Rabies is a extremely serious virus that can not only kill your pets, but also kill you in the process.

Dogs and cats that are left without vaccination can contract rabies, posing as a dangerous risk to anyone around them.

But not only is it important to vaccinate your pets for health and safety reasons, it's

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The UK's Exploding Dartmoor Ponies Go On The Pill

Filed under: AnglophiliaScience!Horses

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The Dartmoor Pony is a wild horse that lives in south-western England and there's been a recent population explosion.

It is a semi-feral pony which means that they're basically wild horses but they have contact with humans and have learned to tolerate them whether it is occasional feeding, medical care or just crossed paths.

These ponies have been breeding like crazy recently with many of them ending up in sanctuaries or at the slaughterhouse.

So vets working with World Horse Welfare have partnered with the drug company Pfizer to bring contraceptive injections to the ponies.

A vet said:

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HIV Researcher Makes Progress Towards Eliminating HIV

Filed under: HealthWellness

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Atlanta based GeoVax Labs has inoculated its first human patient of its HIV vaccine.

The inoculation comes after successful tests on other primates.

The vaccine is designed to control the spread of HIV in the body.

President and CEO of GeoVax, Robert McNally, said the following in a statement:

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