Study: 'Anti-vaxxers' often believe other conspiracy theories
Think vaccines aren't safe? If so, you might also believe that Princess Diana was murdered. That's the finding of new research into the relationship between conspiracy theory beliefs and anti-vaccination attitudes. A survey of more than 5,300 people in 24 countries on five continents found that people who believe in conspiracy theories are more likely to believe that vaccines aren't safe, despite scientific evidence to the contrary.