StudyFinds has published much research over the years examining the anti-vax position. Here's a look at six studies that may help explain why people who refuse to take vaccines feel the way they feel
Participants with moderate to severe depression were more than twice as likely to endorse at least one false statement about the vaccine.
The results uncovered that 65 percent of COVID conspiracy theories come from 12 of the most prominent anti-vaccine voices today.
A study by media expert Monique Luisi finds a growing movement against the vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV) on Facebook.
A new study finds that anti-vaxxers, or people who don't believe in vaccinations, are prone to supporting other common conspiracy theories too.
Twitter has become one of the most instrumental vehicles in the growth of the anti-vaxxer movement, according to a study of a half-million tweets focused on those who oppose vaccinations.