Category vaccinations

Why Americans Fear The Flu, But Don’t Fear Type 2 Diabetes

As we head into “flu season” flu shot advertisements are seen everywhere. Let’s step back for a moment and look at the REAL NUMBERS to determine where our FEARS need to be focused: The Flu: 5% to 20% — Between 9.2 – 35.6 million people in the U.S. will get the flu each year. 200,000 […]

I’ll bet you never heard of House Resolution 327?

Whether you support or oppose a vaccination program, would you agree a congressional resolution (without any media exposure to provide public awareness) creates reason for possible skepticism. Rather than bore you with the entire document, (which you can read at this link:┬áHOUSE RESOLUTION 327) the following excerpts (highlighted in red) will focus on points that […]

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED FROM THE VACCINE INJURED?

The title of this post is NOT controversial. Every health care professional knows vaccines injure some percentage of the population. The vaccine courts have awarded nearly 4 billion dollars in injury compensation to parents of vaccine injured children. Rather than debating whether we should or shouldn’t vaccinate our children (and adults,) why not discuss a […]

IS IT EDUCATION OR FEAR MONGERING?

Whether you’re a physician or a consumer/patient, it is important to be OBJECTIVE when determining whether an advertisement like the one above is designed to educate and protect us or create FEAR in order to gain PATIENT COMPLIANCE while improving the health care system’s revenue flow. Let’s OBJECTIVELY use government sources to cite the scientific […]

CNN, MSNBC, FOX, etc… WHY WON’T YOU SHARE THESE HEALTH FINDINGS?

As the battlegrounds are drawn in the sand with an ongoing tug of war over the vaccine efficacy/safety issue, I stand on the sidelines marveling at the lack of concern by those most affected by its outcome. The TRUTH doesn’t seem to matter because the population at large doesn’t seem to care. As long as […]

SEARCHING FOR MOTIVE

When it comes to making the best decisions about our health, seeking information from a variety of credible sources helps the individual determine the best personal course to follow. I think most people would agree with this concept. In application, however, we tend to follow a traditional health care approach provided by our traditional physicians […]

ARE VACCINES A DISTRACTION?

Even if we credit vaccines with the prevention of diseases, have we missed the bigger picture regarding the OVERALL health and well being of our children? Have parents gradually shifted their role as “guardian” of their children’s health to the pediatrician/family physician? It might be worse than this. Many parents may have gone so far […]