There are those who say, "Immunizations are a sneaky way to mass sterilize the population of the world."
Those are not my words. I am not sure who "They" are who start the rumors.
The above image is the face of measles, a not so child-like horrible and preventable disease. Courtesy of http://www.immunize.org/photos/measles-photos.asp
To be honest, I take everything with a grain of salt. When you have big pot of good information, you have to know there may be something toxic all stired up with healthy stuff, too. Or, there could be one good thing covering up the 99% toxic. We have to be informed and be aware.
I can gather some url of links by those who warn against immunizations, claiming they will mass sterilize, prevent people from having babies. I can not and will not say this is happening or not. But, I feel all parents do need to be aware that many sources are throwing this possible myth into the confusing pot of toxic stone soup.
Be fully informed about the diseases immunizations are meant to prevent and the side effects of those immunizations BEFORE consenting for your children to be vaccinated.
Try to sort fact from the fiction. Or is it the other way around?
Rumors, gossip, and myths are just that. There maybe some basis, but by the time a rumor, gossip or myth has gone from one person to the next, to the next, to the next...
Like old game of telephone where one person whispers a phrase or sentence in the ear of the person next to him and that person whispers to the next and the next and then next....
Most often when the last person repeats what he heard outloud, the results are very far from what the origional phrase was. In this game of telephone because the end result was NOT accurate, does it mean that someone lied?
I think this may be a simple explanation at the heart of the immunization controversy.
That is my opinion.
One reporter's take on Bill Gates, immunzations and sterilization...
OOPS! Chocolate covered Peanuts NOT chocolate covered raisens!
According to the August 27,2013 press release Amport Milk Chocolate Raisins have been recalled in the interest for safety for those who are allergic to peanuts.
Fortunately only one lot of Amport chocolate covered peanuts were mislabeled to say Chocolate covered raisens instead. These are safe to eat only if you are not allergic to nuts. Please do report to the number below should you discover you have bought a container of these peanuts believing they are raisens.
Quoting the FDA website:
"This product was distributed to Albertsons, Farm Fresh/Supervalu, Hy-Vee and The Kroger Co. stores in the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and West."
12oz Clear Tub (UPC: 0 71725 71190 8)
Lot Code: 078X344
Best Buy: 12-19-13
Grocery stores should have already removed this product. But, if you have already purchased this lot of mislabled milk chocolate, please carefully check the under side of the box for the label.
Call the company at 855-273-0466. Please state "Milk Chocolate Raisin Recall" for a full refund.
I watch for press releases of recalled items, then re-share the information as a public service. I am not compensated nor have any vested interest in the product.
I would always be interested to know if my recall posts have helped you. Feel free to leave a comment.
The image is the courtesty of the FDA website:http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm366620.htm
I am Malika Bourne the No Non-cents Nannasaying, "Make good choices."
Parents, listen up his recall involves about 23,700 child's carseat adapters in the United States and 6,500 in Canada.
I posted 2 or 4 images available for this jogging stroller seat adapters due to a fall hazard. This is single and a double model. The newer modle has less hoes in this things and is OK.
The Babyjogger company will replace the item in question for your child's safety. See the red x and greeen check above.
For more detailed explanation please check the CPC website. The images are the public service courtesy.
Can you imagine how scary it would be to be tot strapped in the car-seat that is supposed to be strapped in for safety and he/she tumbles over on the ground?
Please keep your kids safe and make good choices.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a press release on August 28, 2013 #13-273 for the Vitamix 64-ounce Low-Profile Container recall.
So far there have been 18 reports of the blade breaking with the potential for lacerations.
I found this information from the CPSC a bit confusing with all of the #'s of parts and pieces.
The recall involves 165,000 blenders in the United States and an additional 4,300 in Canada, according to the CPSC.
Some consumers have purchashed this blender on line direct from the company at "vitamix.com from April 2012 to August 2013 for a pretty penny. $529 to $749 . " YIKES! that must be a very good blender. Others have purchased this item at show demonstrations at fairs and retail stores. Vitamix blender models 7500, the professional series 133 and 750.
Definitely not the kind of blender to be letting the little kids be playing around with to make smoothies or playdough.
Here is the number to call to get a instructions fo a repair if that blender matches or you bought if for someone for a wedding present.
Vitamix toll-free at (888) 350-4386, www.ContainerBladeRecall.com
or by going to www.vitamix.com
I write my version of recalls with as much accurcy as posible, with my own twists, as a public service. Won't you please share this and all recalls on -line as you can.
go to the CPSC website and pass that on.
The image is provided as courtesy for this site.
Please remember to use all equipment such as this with great care and safety. Please carefully instruct your children who want to use this, when they are eld enough to use this kind of appliance. This is not a toy.
I am Malika Bourne the No Non-cents Nanna saying, "make good choices."
On NoNon-centsNannablog and Nanna's spot blog I have been writing about the controversies of immunizations. It seems that as parents we are faced with the good, the bad and the toxic all thrown into one pot of stew. Who can you believe in order to made good choices for our families? I am gathering up many sides to the story so you may be able to make the choices best or you.
CDC Vaccine Statement
Did you know that Federal Law requires Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) be provided to the patient, the parent or legal guardian this inoformation before any immunization is given?
I just receieved the url below in my email. I want to keep up to date on current information so I subscribe to this type of articles.
Please go to this site to read a little disgestible portion at a time before you get the kids' their shots.
Are you making an informed decision?
I am human. I can not be everywhere so I need your feedback. I am wondering just how much before your child gets immunizied are you being given the fact sheet?
Gosh, my kids are adults. It has been awhile since I went with the grandkids for their shots. It has been a while since I managed the immunization records of 100's o Head Start enrolled kids.
Laws have changed. But, my memories of wiggling kids not wantingto be in an immunization clinic or doctor's office have not changed. Are you following me, here?
Yep, you have this fine print sheet put out by the CDC, thank you, in your hand to read. Right! You also have a diaper bag, kid needing to go potty, now! Someone else's child giving you a spilliting head ache from that non-stop scream...
Forgive me, please for being negative, but really, what parent lives in La-la Land at an appointment? The majority of parents will know what I an talking about, here.
Where is the informed desision when we can't think straight?
And, for that matter, I wonder just how many parents really know what the names or the little letters of the shots even mean? Have today's young parnets ever seen even a picture of the diseases or know the effects that disease can cause?
Many of today's parents are so more well informed than parents were generations ago becasue we the internet.
Unfortunately, reading the vis is not required reading before a couple makes a baby.
Raising a child and keeping it fed and healthy is more than a full time job. We have so many decisions to make that we never ever could have anticiapted.
Yeah, if I was handed the Federally mandated fact sheet, I highly doubt that I would read it and study it all that well, myself. I am just asking if we are really making the most informed decsisions or not. The government has its backside covered in case...
...but, what about our children in the long run IF the toxic side effects are worse than the horrible desaease we do want to prevent?
I do not know the best answer. That is why I am trying to safe you all some research by gathering as many versions that I can.
Reviewing related posts...
I will be continuing this series to include bottled water, food dyes and more. In my last post, I shared my daughter's, Mikaela Hayes, college research on Children and Propoganda. It is shocking how using children to advertise a product, idea, theory and so on... does sway public opinion that may not be in our best interests.
Now it is your turn to sound off...
...to be continued...
I am Malika Bourne the NoNon-centsNanna saying, "make good choices."
The above image of a child with diptheria is courtesy of http://www.immunize.org/photos/diphtheria-photos.asp It is public domain that if copied and shared should come directly from the url listed, not my page.
Check out this link for an update of teen and immunizations:
Tave you read the other posts in this Toxic Stone Soup Series?
Update: Cases of whooping cough are on the rise. http://healthland.time.com/2013/09/30/parents-not-vaccinating-kids-contributed-to-whooping-cough-outbreaks/?iid=hl-main-lead