A very interesting article in the NY Times today. “The Data All Guilt-Ridden Parents Need to Know“. Puts a number of things into perspective. Happy “Eastover” to all.
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I came across a great website that deals with a host of learning and school issues. www.understood.org. There are many resources for download. In particular, some good information on how to gain the most from parent teacher conferences. Check it … Continue reading
“Thousands (maybe millions) of doses of vaccines are given every day. This is well-documented and obvious to everyone. What is not so obvious is that millions of cases of disease are also prevented every day because those vaccines were given.” … Continue reading
A 4th case of measles has been identified. Another unimmunized child and neighbor of cases 2 and 3. The County and State Health Departments have not issued any new recommendations, despite what has been reported on the news. MMR vaccines … Continue reading
Currently the Health Department has not issued any new recommendations regarding Measles immunization. The current recommendation is for the first dose of MMR after the first birthday and a second dose at 4-6 years. I will update any further recommendations … Continue reading
VACCINES ARE SAFEVACCINES ARE EFFECTIVEVACCINES SAVE LIVES Simple as that.
2 cases of measles in Spencerport School https://13wham.com/news/local/two-children-stricken-with-measles-in-spencerport I cannot stress the importance of immunization. They say “beliefs are strong than scientific facts.” We are taking a huge step backwards in terms of public health. Measles was predicted to be … Continue reading
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration alerted parents, caregivers and health care providers to the safety risks that jewelry used for relieving teething pain pose for children. The agency warned that they should not be used to relieve teething pain in children … Continue reading