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Today's #Blogust  post is by Supernanny Jo Frost. 1 share = 1 polio or measles vaccine for children in developing countries, thanks to Walgreen's generosity.
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Thank you.  I'm going out later to buy several Nasopure bottles for myself and one of my dyslexia clients who is constantly snorting.
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ZdoggMD on a new health care model and vaccinate, YO!
MSNBC Live features ZDoggMD on The Big Idea!
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My IRL pal has a question for both adoptive parents and adult adoptees. Go & give her the benefit of your wisdom.
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Untreated dyslexia takes an emotional toll on students.  In the US, we have the resources to identify and remediate dyslexic students.  Why don't we do it?

http://www.timescolonist.com/undiagnosed-dyslexia-takes-emotional-toll-expert-coming-to-victoria-says-1.624001
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The @robschneider voice-over makes this fractally-wrong  #explainer even worse. http://momswhovax.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-national-vaccine-compensation.html …@Voices4Vaccines#vaxfax
The National Vaccine Compensation Injury Act:  A Compromise – not an Injustice Or: Why the Latest Video from the Canary Party is Misleading By Dorit Reiss In 1986, Congress passed the National Vaccine Injury Compensat...
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Made me laugh out loud. Forgot about Knudsen's News. I won't overlook again.
"What happened to me could have happened to anyone intolerant to gluten," Mary Bort Perkland explained. "I didn't ask to bear the weight of this affliction, but I do have to live with it every day of my life. Strict anti-gluten laws would have prevented this from happening." ...
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One of my favorite blogging pediatricians.

"I hope the anti-vaccine movement somehow loses steam. Perhaps America will take note of the return of long-gone illnesses and will stop treating vaccine denialism as a viewpoint worth considering. Perhaps vaccine-refusing parents will consider whether it’s worth the anxiety of knowing that a person who coughed in their grocery store two hours earlier could infect their kids as they do the week’s shopping together, and will reconsider their choices.

There is no good reason for there to be a measles outbreak in New York. Or Boston. Or LA.  But there they are.  If you missed measles and are glad it’s back, thank a vaccine-denier."
Measles was considered eliminated at the turn of the millennium. Now it’s back, thanks to the loons to refuse to vaccinate their children.
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Thanks to Seth Mnookin, getting a freebie bundle
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