How Peer Pressure Explains Vaccinatio...

How Peer Pressure Explains Vaccination Rates

There are 3 comments on the LiveScience story from Feb 11, 2014, titled How Peer Pressure Explains Vaccination Rates. In it, LiveScience reports that:

That's what attempts to model vaccination rates mathematically have found. But now, scientists have added in the missing puzzle piece that explains why vaccination rates stay high in the real world - or, in some cases, low.

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Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Feb 11, 2014
Another con for the SHEEPLE

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Feb 12, 2014
And here's a great example:
Leaving the Anti-Vaccine Movement

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Feb 12, 2014
friend wrote:
And here's a great example:
Leaving the Anti-Vaccine Movement
SPAM waste of time.

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