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Tetanus/Lockjaw Infographic

I have read some alarming myths about tetanus among anti-vaccine writers. The most dangerous one is the idea that if the wound bleeds (or you pour hydrogen peroxide into it), the tetanus bacteria all die because they are anaerobic. Not even close. Bacteria are very small, and Clostridium tetani needs only a very small space […]

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Science Coloring Page

A Science coloring page. This is all free-hand drawn by me, in black ink, on 17″ by 11″ white bristol board paper. It took about 6 hours to complete. Click for PDF © 2016 Dawn Pedersen. You are welcome to download and print this PDF for coloring and/or display. Please do not redistribute it, republish it, or […]

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Fuck Cancer Coloring Page

A Fuck Cancer coloring page, suggested by my friend Amanda of the Mainstream Mandy Facebook page (a breast cancer survivor). This is all free-hand drawn by me, in black ink, on 17″ by 11″ white bristol board paper. It took about 8 hours to complete. Click for PDF © 2016 Dawn Pedersen. You are welcome to […]

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Rotavirus Infographic

Rotavirus is one of the most common and serious causes of diarrhea in children. Many cases are mild, but others can be severe, leading to dehydration, hospitalization, and possibly death. “Rotavirus basically affects everybody by the time they are 5. If we took blood samples of all people, it would be rare to find someone […]

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Poliomyelitis/Polio Infographic

“Imagine a ship, imperiled at sea, with hundreds of children on board. Of course the international community would respond immediately and fully. Yet, each year poverty and polio steal the lives and the childhood of hundreds of thousands of Congolese children. We have the capacity and the moral obligation to save them – but do […]