29 Aug The Minimal Risk of Vaccines
Anahad O’Connor, The New York Times
In a new report, a panel of scientists assembled by the Institute of Medicine reviewed the risks of some of the most common vaccines. The panel found no evidence that a popular vaccine causes autism, a subject that has ignited debate for years. But it did find that the chickenpox vaccine carries some potential for side effects that can crop up years after the shot is administered.