"Vaccine opponents' blood can be very dangerous," the doctor tells the vampire father and daughter in the clip.
A state of emergency was declared in Samoa this week as the country continues to battle a measles crisis that's claimed 20 lives to date.
Police in Australia are investigating a Facebook post where a self-proclaimed nurse said she would be distributing suckers that her chicken pox-suffering son had licked and wrapped back up.
Health professionals and advocates of vaccination used Twitter to share their stories of vaccinating themselves and others.
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced Sunday that the UK government is considering making vaccinations mandatory for school children.
"This is misappropriation of a movement that really is not over and proves to be challenging to overcome," Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) said.
California Highway Patrol said the woman dropped ""a feminine hygiene device" filled with blood onto the senate floor, shouting "that's for the dead babies."
She is for medical exemptions, and has a reason why.
This year, there have been 667 confirmed cases of measles in the U.S.
The bill, if passed into law, would allow minors over 14 in New York to receive vaccinations without parental approval.
Newsweek spokes to science writer and pro-vaccine advocate David Robert Grimes, who has received the John Maddox Prize for communicating science in the face of hostility.
"God knows how I'm still alive," Lindenberger wrote on Reddit.
Lindenberger made headlines by defying his parents to get shots as an 18-year-old.
Kyusei Shinkyo, which warns against "the hazards of using medicine to treat disease" has agreed to alter its teachings after an outbreak at one of its workshops in Japan.
Marina Williams claims a New York state school district is breaking the law by not exempting her children from immunization because of their religious beliefs.
Despite overwhelming scientific evidence that vaccines are a safe and effective tool for the prevention of childhood diseases, a significant minority of the U.S. population remains skeptical of the practice
Researchers found that whether or not a person believes in conspiracy theories could account for up to a quarter of their attitude toward vaccines.
Sixteen people have died and an additional two deaths are under investigation.
The infants missed out on the first dose of a combined vaccine against three possibly fatal diseases.
An outbreak of measles is spreading across Italy and other parts of Europe.