I wish there was something more interesting to show you, but after a week away from my third child, I am finished transition and ready to push this bitch out.... to extend the weird analogy of pregnancy and childbirth. Weirdly enough, I’m getting a Pap smear AND meeting with my advisor tomorrow.
I’m also dealing with the aftermath of two mothereffing infectious diseases while I’m writing about school vaccine requirements and Gram texts to say 7-year old Astrid has a fever tonight. #everythingisconnected#vaccinessavelives#vaccineswork
The so called science of vaccination 💉 is not rooted in truth and unsupported by facts 📚. It is indeed a faith based religion 🙏🏻 by definition. Believers of the faith congregate at temples ⛪️ known as "offices" 🏥 and receive sermon by priests ✝️ in white lab coats who pretend to be scientists 🔬 and often speak with Latin phraseology. As a Christian would receive bread 🍞 to represent the body of Christ, the vaccinee 🤒 receives a cocktail of aborted fetal 🔪👶🏻 DNA and metal 🔩 particles and toxins ⚗️. These represent the body of Pharma 💊. Shortly after receiving the body of Pharma, the practitioners often describe a strange euphoria 😇. It has been said this is actually a magical shield 🛡of protection that arises instantly, from an accelerated yet scientifically impossible antibody response. Now Pharma 💊 the Priest 😷 and Practitioner 😇 are happy and content. Their religious ceremony has not only blessed 💦 the vaccinee, but astonishingly has blessed the entire community 👨👨👧👦. This magical phenomenon is referred to as "Power of the Herd" 🐄🐄. Religious practitioners partake in a traditional saying to convey acceptance 👌🏼 amongst each other; "May the Herd be with You" . .
[Note: I've removed the remaining half of this meme as it may be offensive to those with injured children. If you want the full version PM me, but it's not pretty].
The sun is shining and Amanda’s Garden Fete is ready to receive our visitors from 10am! Come down for a sausage sizzle, Devonshire tea with homemade strawberry 🍓 jam or icecream, and pick up a few new plants for your garden. It’s going to be a great day out! Tag a friend who would enjoy this event 👍
This is gunna be a long one so bare with me 😂 Vaccines. Don’t. Cause. Autism.
There has never been a single reputable study ever performed that demonstrates a link between vaccines and autism. In fact countless studies have shown there is absolutely no link between the two.
Autism in general is a widely defined developmental disorder. Those diagnosed can have a wide range of cognition issues and abnormal behaviors. They can have significantly different social, behavioral, and intellectual abilities.
Dr Markram, the neuroscientist leading The Human Brain Project (Where he is trying to simulate the human brain with computers, he’s amazing and you should read up on his finds!) After examining the hyper connected cells found that they weren’t defective or not working but did in fact have many more connections making it easier for the subject to learn at a quicker pace, this has negative effects and also means if not controlled they learn a lot quicker to get scared of something that could happen, this also means that they quickly become terrified of everything associated that specific thing, smells, surroundings, colours, etc. This means that people with Autism live in a highly intense world.
Now, this hyperconnectivity happens during prenatal development and can therefore not be associated with vaccines. They found no association between exposure to antigens from vaccines during infancy and the development of ASD with regression.
The original study published by Mr. Wakefield in 1998 was debunked, for those who don’t know who this guy is The British General Medical Council removed him from the medical registry and he's no longer allowed to practice medicine in the United Kingdom.
good, evidence based science has since shown us that there is absolutely link between vaccines and autism.
If you really refuse to vaccinate your child against deadly diseases because you believe your child will be autistic then you really need to rethink what you’re doing!
I’ll step off my soap box 💁🏼 #vaccinessavelives#vaxdebate#vaccinesdontcauseautism#differentnotless#autismawareness#dontbeasheep#puedoscience#evidencebased
25 year old Mary Shavara holds her two months old baby at Endoruko village, Kajiado county. Since birth, her baby has received no immunization-something she attributes to the ongoing nurses strike. Unaware of the harm in skipping or delaying vaccination, she takes care of her baby as if everything is under control. Furthermore, her baby is healthy and feeding well.
There are many babies who haven't been vaccinated since either MCH departments are closed due to the strike or there are no nurses to administer these essential drugs to their babies.
Every year in the United States, @cdcgov estimates 19,200 women and 11,600 men are diagnosed with a cancer caused by HPV infection. If you're between 9-26, there are only a couple contraindications to getting the vaccine- Pregnancy, active moderate-severe acute illness, allergic reaction to the vaccine components or an immediate hypersensitivity to yeast. So get your #HPV#Vaccine and save some lives! The 9-valent vaccine demonstrated to protect against diseases/precancerous conditions caused by human papilloma virus (HPV) types 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58 is the one you want... #VaccinesSaveLives
I went and got my flu shot today. I got it so that the people who I love who are immuno-compromised do not have to worry about what would be just "a nasty virus" (to me,) but is a "potentially deadly virus" (to them,) coming into their lives via my complacency. I got it for my friends who have had to, or who currently have to fight cancer. I got it so that I can be part of the herd immunity that science proves the value of EVERY SINGLE DAY in countries where there is little to no access to vaccinations. Don't be an idiot, be a good person. Get your flu shot. #vaccinessavelives#myidealswillnevertakaealife#sciencewins#vaccineswork#onesecofpaindoesnotequalalife
Only 3 sleeps to go until Amanda’s Garden Fete-this coming weekend! The weather is forecast to be fantastic and it will be an awesome family day out. The roses are blooming and there will be plants and homemade jams for sale, an icecream truck, sausage sizzle, Devonshire teas and more! Open 10-4.30 both Saturday and Sunday. Corner of Matison and Margaret Streets in Southern River. $5 entry with all proceeds to meningococcal awareness. 📷 by Jim Hewson, Community Newspapers.
Let’s talk about vaccines. I’ve been seeing a lot of claims recently that measles is harmless and just a childhood illness. Contrary to what anti-vaccine advocates claim, measles is most certainly not “just a childhood illness.” In 1999, the measles killed over 873,000 people across the globe (JAMA 287: 1172, 2002)(Lancet 366: 832, 2005). In 2002, it was still continuing to kill about 800,000 on a yearly basis. Now, after measles vaccination programs spreading across the world, WHO estimates annual deaths to be about 145,700 (2013). In a typical case, symptoms start similar to a cold. Photophobia (sensitivity to light) usually develops by the second day. Soon, Koplik’s spots develop, small ~2mm macules with a central white dot, will be found around the area of the parotid duct. By the fourth day, these are usually gone and an erythematous rash develops behind the ears. This becomes maculopapular and spreads from the face down the body over the trunk and libs. The fever will increase. The person will typically get better a few days later, but a slew of complications can develop such as an ear infection, pneumonia, encephalitis, subacute sclerosing pan-encephalitis (SSPE- a horrible progressive inflammation in the brain), diabetes, and thrombocytopenic purpura. The most common cause of death in young children is from the measles is pneumonia, which affects about 1/20 of those who contract it. 1/1000 develop SSPE, especially in cases involving younger children. For every 1,000 children who get the measles, 1-2 will die. What can help the measles? Vaccination. Before vaccination, there were about 50 cases of SSPE annually. Now there are only 1 or 2 cases annually. Let’s keep that rate low
At the moment lots of councils and maternal child health nurse centres are sending letters to parents in Victoria about a booster dose of the chicken pox containing vaccine (MMRV) as there have been outbreaks recently (lots of them!!). What you need to know- 1 dose of the MMRV (measles, mumps, rubella, varicella- which is chicken pox) is given to all kids on the Australian schedule at 18 months, they get plain MMR at 12 months. The single dose is 85% effective at preventing any case of chicken pox. BUT if you give a second dose then it can be 98% effective at preventing the disease. You can either do a booster at least 4 weeks after your first MMRV dose or get a plain chicken pox vaccine earlier (we can give this from 12 months and can give a vaccine containing only chicken pox and nothing else). If you want to do 2 doses to increase your child's protection you need to pay for the dose NOT on the schedule. Have a chat to your GP if you're interested, tag a mate who might be interested. Why prevent chicken pox? It can be awfully uncomfortable for kids and they get excluded from school/childcare/playgroups until the lesions have dried. PLUS it can have serious complications in severe forms of disease like pneumonia, brain infections and sepsis. Miss S is getting her second booster dose in 3 weeks (she has to wait at least 4 after her 18 month immunisations where she had her first MMRV). Here's me looking all summery today- keep it up Melbourne!! 🤗
This is what we heard at the doctors office the other day. Poor 9 year old boy screaming because he didn’t want a shot. #vaccinessavelives#vaccineday#funnyvideos I hope this isn’t a HIPPA violation, considering we don’t know who the kid is.
On the way to get a flu shot today we hear “last Friday night.” After the “& we took too many shots” lyric Claire questioned why Katy Perry got too many flu shots. I guess she just wanted the extra lolly pops. Lol I’m so proud of my girly though.. despite being extremely nervous about her flu shot, she handled it like a champ- asking the nurse to show her the medicine and the needles then watching the whole thing without any crying or protest, then telling the kids at the playground why they need to get their flu shots too. #vaccinessavelives#tellemgirl
‼️Որոշ, նուրբ ասած ոչ այնքան տեղեկացված անձինք, ասում են, թե վակցինացիան մեծ սուտ է, իսկ որոշ ավելի անտեղյակներ՝ ծափարում են նրանց: 💉Այս աղջիկ երեխան հիվանդ է բնական ծաղիկ հիվանդությամբ: Նկարը արվել է Բանգլադեշում 1973թ.: Ներկայումս բնական ծաղիկը համարվում է վերացված հիվանդություն՝ շնորհիվ վակցինացիայի: 📜Կարդացեք դրա մասին հայերեն այստեղից https://hy.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D4%B2%D5%B6%D5%A1%D5%AF%D5%A1%D5%B6_%D5%AE%D5%A1%D5%B2%D5%AB%D5%AF, ռուսերեն՝ https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9D%D0%B0%D1%82%D1%83%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BB%D1%8C%D0%BD%D0%B0%D1%8F_%D0%BE%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%B0, անգլերեն՝ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smallpox: 🚫Եվ դադարեցրեք տանել մեր գլուխները ձեր դատարկաբանությամբ:
#VaccinesSaveLives#VaccinesWork#AntiVaxxersAreCriminals 💨Հ.Գ. անխնա տարածեք։