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Whooping cough reaches epidemic level in Texas
Fri Sep 6, 2013
Yes, if you look up the most recent "outbreaks" of whooping cough in the past few years the MAJORITY of the people affected were fully vaccinated. It's not just this "new" vaccine. those reports from last years outbreaks said the vaccine was just not as effective as they thought it was.
1 in 5 boys got HPV shot in first year recommended
Thu Aug 29, 2013
I personally know a 15 year old that is having reactions to this vax. No one will admit it and there is no way to know how to fix her reactions so she is being put through numerous tests and on medications to try to get a real diagnosis. No one should have to go through this to prevent somethin …
Measles outbreak tied to Texas megachurch sickens 21
Mon Aug 26, 2013
OMG 21 people!!!! It's an EPIDEMIC! Hide in your homes people! The last time I checked my mother, all of her siblings, my grandparents, everyone in that age group, they all got the measles and apparently civilization as we know it did not die off. Wow, how can that be?
Baby circumcisions in US hospitals on three-decade decline
Thu Aug 22, 2013
In reply to: KI KI #64 wow cosmetically necessary, I guess my kid that has an ugly nose should get that taken care of at 2 days old too, huh?
Wal-Mart drop in sales reveals a tale of two consumers
Fri Aug 16, 2013
In reply to: Julie-4328659 #52.2 we have 3 within 10 miles too it;s ridiculous! And now the one Wal mart wants to move into a more congested part of town just so they can add a full grocery section. They can not make the current store large enough to do full on grocrey. They really just want to …
Big baby boom: Supersize deliveries have doctors worried
Thu Aug 15, 2013
In reply to: Olivia Dunham #38 you fail to mention the fact that an ultrasound, no matter how fancy you make it sound, can be off by up to 30% when it comes to determining fetal weight.
Mom of 13.67-pound baby: I expected her to be big 'but not that big'
Thu Aug 8, 2013
In reply to: Liz-2982273 #13 Is is safer for BOTH mom & baby to have a vaginal birth than a c section, hands down. Every mom should be given the opportunity to birth her baby the normal way and obviously that is what happened here. Should there have been any signs of trouble I am sure her d …
White House: Health reform hasn't hurt jobs
Mon Jul 29, 2013
wow! what an article. It states the white house opinion than it shows how they are actually WRONG in their opinion since the State of VA has just done this. I read the whole article writtn up by our local paper, i am in Maryland. So the white house "says" it's not happening, but the state of VA clea …
Even doctors are clueless on Obamacare, poll finds
Mon Jul 22, 2013
This article states: Doctors are not "seeking out" the necessary information? Really?? Well ok then, keep believing that! When it comes to PPACA the issue is this "the real world" applicationof a law that was made up by people who do not work in the industry. Everyone, your d …
Salty snacks, extra pounds send blood pressure soaring in U.S. kids
Mon Jul 15, 2013
In reply to: Clint Skinner #12 partly true, the "junk food" we have around now is much differnt than that of the 60's & 70's. We grew up poor, hot dogs & mac & cheese etc... but we also always had a fresh sack of potatos that we cooked, a big bag of rice, had a garden out back, etc …
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