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When a topic as complex as vaccines becomes socially taboo, where do you go to talk about it? Join pediatrician Dr. Bob Sears and Melissa, mother and health freedom educator, on this informative journey where we will discuss everything from disease outbreaks to vaccine risks and side effects, the vaccine schedule, media hype, vaccine laws and controversies, and everything in between. Learn more at our non-profit website ImmunityEducationGroup.org

Jun 24, 2019

There is still so much to discuss regarding the larger vaccine debate. Today we share what some of our favorite ideas are for Season 2 and what we most look forward to bringing to the podcast. Don’t worry, we won’t be gone for long. There is work to be done, there are conversations to be had, and a public perception...


Jun 21, 2019

Today we take a look back at our favorite episodes and moments from this past year and talk about our most memorable highlights — what made us laugh, what topics got the most feedback, and what we found the most compelling. We share our current thoughts and struggles with the current California legislation and what we...


Jun 14, 2019

We are back today with some reviews read to you in our favorite accents. Then we take a trip back in history to the late 1800s and break down an article about the origins of the very first organized resistance to mandatory vaccination. We read about the objections to forced vaccination people had 150 years ago, how they...


Jun 10, 2019

Today we talk about the recent California Medical Board meeting where they discussed the proposed law attacking medical exemptions and expressed many concerns about the bill as written—including the overly narrow requirements of CDC guidelines. Then Melissa and Dr. Bob have a no-holds-barred conversation about HIS...


Jun 6, 2019

Are the current measles outbreaks due to an “increasing number of unvaccinated children,” or is there another explanation? This 1984 study explained why the MMR vaccine wouldn’t eradicate measles as planned, despite very high levels of coverage. This study correctly predicted that measles outbreaks would...