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V.25 No.42 | 10/20/2016

The Daily Word in Fist Fights, Trees and Bad Neighbors

The Daily Word

Check out popular Halloween costumes over the last 150 years.

Play “Never Have I Ever” with Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg and Anna Kendrick.

Albuquerque native band The Shins just put out a new song with a trippy music video.

You know how we settle issues out here in the wild west; with a good ol' fist fight.

An alternative to the EpiPen is going to be back in stores soon.

You think your neighbors are bad? Locals complain about their neighbor in Taylor Ranch who lights fires in his yard and is destructive of his neighbors' property.

A tree man was arrested for blocking traffic.

V.19 No.7 | 2/18/2010

Reconfirming What We Already Knew About Vaccines and Autism

More renunciation of that hack-job study ... again

NPR threw this on its blog a few weeks ago. This time, it’s the Lancet—the (now verging on disgraced) medical journal that originally published the scientifically feeble paper linking autism and vaccines—that’s hopping on the bandwagon. (The wheels are made of facts. They roll down a path of empirical methodology.) The Lancet, most of the paper’s co-authors and just about every other scientist working today are in agreement: There is no discernible link between autism and vaccines, and the benefits of vaccines far outweigh any risks they may incur.