Before we ring in 2023, we look back at the most popular articles that we posted to our website in 2022.
Month: December 2022
No Evidence Flu Vaccine Increases Strep A Infections, Contrary to Online Claims
Several European countries have reported an early spike of group A strep infections, mostly among children, including cases of rare but deadly bacterial infections. There is no evidence the increase is being caused by nasal spray flu vaccines, as social media posts baselessly suggest. Flu vaccination may even indirectly prevent strep A.
Social Media Posts Misrepresent FDA’s COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Research
A vaccine safety surveillance study from the Food and Drug Administration has been misrepresented online. The paper did not establish a link between the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and blood clots, as some have claimed — and to date, other, more robust research has not identified such associations.
DeSantis’ Dubious COVID-19 Vaccine Claims
Autopsy Study Doesn’t Show COVID-19 Vaccines Are Unsafe
The Facts Underpinning Jan. 6 Committee Criminal Referrals
The House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol released a 154-page summary of its final report on Dec. 19 that concludes former President Donald Trump was responsible for a “multi-part plan to overturn the 2020 Presidential election.” Here we will outline the four criminal referrals brought by the committee.