They've worked so long at this store that they no longer believe in homeopathy but they also can't leave.The victim complex on this person is so great they even came up with an evil pro-vaxxer working in a fucking homeopathic clinic shaming their own customers for buying their shit instead of real medicine
They're risking their kids to a fatal, incurable degenerative brain disease at or before teenage. But I guess it beats (the imaginary chance of) getting autism right?
If I were that kid, I'd feel like my parents hate me."The disease is preventable by taking a vaccine, but the child wasn’t vaccinated. Nor is he still."
There's no excuse for these parents, they saw what happened, they know these diseases are actually horrible now, they saw doctors can actually do great things by healing their kid, yet still would rather kill him than admit wrongdoing
I'd assume so, as these laws are meant to protect immunocomprimised people, not ream them in the ass.Real talk, with policies banning people who aren’t vaccinated from traveling or getting into public places gaining steam as of late, where would people who legitimately can’t get vaccinated fit into this? Are there some sort of exemptions, e.g. if you can get medical papers from a doctor or some sort of genetic test that proves it?
No idea whose plan would be best because in part that's due to different countries being at risk for different viruses. Countries with lots of elderly people might have the chicken pox vaccine very commonly given to prevent shingles while other countries only give it to you if you didn't get it yourself before age 18. Third world countries might still have vaccines for things which have been erradicated in other, wealthier countries (the bubonic plague still exists btw).You guys seem knowledgeable on the subject. Perhaps I could ask the question I was discussing with a friend earlier and we realized we were both unknowledgeable on the subject.
What country has the best vaccine plan?
Is it true that sweden has like half the vaccines planned for childhood than the US or is that some deceptive language?
It's a shame they never think that far ahead of such dangers.My mom got the Mumps when she was a kid and from what she told me it was obviously a horrible experience. Not just from feeling sick but she was suffering from scary hallucinations from it along with less treatment because of allergies.
After the story she told me I can't believe parents would allow their kids to go through an illness like that.
When I see these types of stories I'm grateful that my mom had enough common sense to have me get all my vaccinations. One thing that creeped me out was a personal story I read many years ago where a school nurse was claiming that some antivax parents faked vaccination notes because children who weren't vaccinated weren't allowed to go to school.It's a shame they never think that far ahead of such dangers.
I see this has happened...