Educational Resources

Learn more about the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program and the “Vaccine Court” here.

The American Nurses Association (ANA) “has not drawn conclusions” about a link between thimerosal and autism:

Marian Condon, MS, RN, “Precautionary approach guides ANA’s thimerosal policy,” American Nurse Today (February 2007), p. 51:

 “It’s reasonable to use a precautionary approach when a biological plausibility exists that an activity presents a threat to human health, when scientific uncertainty about the effects of the activity exist, and when safer alternatives are available. [Thimerosal-containing vaccines] meet the criteria. . . .”

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“The majority of the Orthodox churches worldwide use the Julian calendar. . .”

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The Shannon Pot was traditionally considered to be the source of the Shannon River, but this video indicates otherwise:

The Shannon Pot was much more rustic when Caitlin and Kimo visited it in 1996 (no “You Are Here” signs or fancy metal gates!).

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(Click here) to read an article from Johns Hopkins noting that nearly one-quarter of people who’ve been patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

“The researchers also looked at the best ways to prevent PTSD. The solution that seemed most effective was an ICU diary, a notebook that allows clinicians and family members to write daily messages about what is happening to the patient.”

Painting, singing, and composing music were part of Caitlin’s healing journey. Read about her recovery in A Moment of Time!

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From Smithsonian Magazine:

Stone altars at the entrance of the “holy of holies” suggest “cannabis was used in concert with frankincense” as part of ritual worship at temples in ancient Israel.

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