Mercury in Vaccines: Are We Really STILL Talking About This?

  One basic principle of toxicology is that the dose makes the poison. This means that a substance has observable adverse¬†effects in the body only once a certain dose is achieved. This not only applies to substances that are widely considered "harmful", but also to substances that are generally considered "safe." For example, water is … Continue reading Mercury in Vaccines: Are We Really STILL Talking About This?