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Truly dangerous and hyped up FluMist by Maryilee
$100,000,000.00 to develop and one FREE posting bitching about it. Which opinion do you think is backed up be science? Umm...I work in a hospital and we were told that if we received the FluMist, we were not allowed to work for three weeks. Maryilee Maggie's Christmas...
October 20th 03 12:22 PM
by Jeff Go to last post
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Abiding smallpox immunity could have down side by JG
(1) The same "threat" is also present regarding other vaccines, e.g., that for chickenpox. While medicos tout how vaccinated kids, if and when infected, will usually have only a "mild," perhaps even subclinical, case of varicella, little is said (warned) about how they nevertheless can readily...
October 19th 03 08:40 PM
by Nomen Nescio Go to last post
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Let's see if the anti-vacs oppose this... by Markositiu Probertositiu
UN calls for ceasefire in Uganda to immunize children Thu Oct 9, 2:44 PM ET Add Health - AFP to My Yahoo! KAMPALA (AFP) - Two UN agencies urged the Ugandan government and Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels to observe an eight-day ceasefire to allow anti-measles immunizations of more than 12...
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October 15th 03 10:40 AM
by Alun Harford Go to last post
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Tom Cruise resolves dislexia without meds... by Tracy Sherwood
People Magazine Tom Cruise : My Struggle to Read 7/21/2003 Graduating high school in 1980, "I was a functional illiterate," says Tom Cruise, who hid his problem for years. Cruise, who showed signs of a learning disability beginning in grade school, says he finally learned to read as an adult...
October 15th 03 06:18 AM
by PF Riley Go to last post
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Ear infections, hearing loss, antibiotics, tubes? by Tina
Hello! At my daughter's follow-up appointent today for a recent hospital stay (asthma), I asked her pediatrician about her ear infections. My daughter turned 2 in May, and has had about 10 ear infections. A friend of mine has a daughter who's 3, who's had the same number of ear infections, and...
October 15th 03 04:37 AM
by Tina Go to last post
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*BRIGHTEST BLESSINGS*GIVING BACK*PAYING IT FORWARD* *Achieving Glowing Health* ================================== STRESSED? STRUNG OUT? SAD? SWOLLEN? SLUGGISH? SICK? STUCK? .. . . . . . . . . . . . . We've certainly been there (((Oh! Have we been there)))... Though, coming through it...
October 14th 03 04:13 PM
by Micah & Clare Go to last post
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Kegger Wedding by Putz
October 13th 03 06:11 AM
by Putz Go to last post
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Scientology's advertising in these newsgroups by Fredric L. Rice
You might have read a posting by some anonymous Scientologist who goes by the name "Theta." I thought I'd drop in a brief note to offer a bit of background into the swindles and frauds that Scientology engages in as a routine matter of their organized criminal enterprise. First off Scientology's...
October 12th 03 07:33 PM
by Fredric L. Rice Go to last post
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Kid falling out of crib--help by Jim Beaver
My daughter is too young to have her own bed, but she's tall and she's started tumbling over her crib rail. I've googled all over the place without finding a product to extend the height of her crib rails in a practical manner, but I can't imagine I'm the only one who's ever faced this problem. ...
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October 12th 03 04:33 PM
by Jenn Go to last post
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Current Issues Article Archive by [AF] Abdulhafid
A growing archive of fascinating media articles on current issues & affairs. Available at Arcis Foundation Website: www.arcis.co.uk/php/ -- Posted by News Bulk Poster Unregistered version
October 12th 03 01:32 PM
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Ques. - breaking thumb/finger sucking habit by mcp
I am having trouble getting my 15 month old child to stop sucking on the first two fingers of her left hand. Any suggestions on how to get her to stop? Her skin (on those two fingers) is raw and blistering from her teeth!
October 10th 03 01:51 PM
by James and Karen Stewart Go to last post
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Excerpt: Mother Daughter Relationship Repair by GGawlick
I have permission from Health Communications to distribute an excerpt from the new book, "Daughters and Mothers: Making It Work." Written by mother and daughter psychotherapists Julie Firman and Dorothy Firman, the book is an intense form of written therapy for women who have a damaged relationship...
October 10th 03 05:14 AM
by GGawlick Go to last post
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Medical injuries kill 32,000 annually by Jeff
What the study does not say is whether the "injuries" are avoidable. For example, a certain number of incisions will open up again. The body does not heal perfectly all the time. Whether this is an avoidable or unavoidable. Or if this is a result of bad medical care. Likewise, postoperative...
October 9th 03 02:20 AM
by rkondracki Go to last post
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getting kids out of bed and have fun through art by dt
May I offer a new way to get others out of bed and enjoy painting. I came up with a new technique that will allow a person to paint well without any art expierences. Visit the givecolor group site and discover how to help others enjoy the meaning of movement and healing. Dow ----' Paint like Monet...
October 8th 03 11:28 AM
by dt Go to last post
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"Mike Jones, MD." wrote in message ... Recent discoveries show incredible Incredible, as in NOT credible (or not trust worthy) describes the site. (...) Jeff
October 8th 03 02:07 AM
by Markosito Probertosito Go to last post
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looking for info on obese kids in NYC by D
I'm researching how New York City schools address childhood obesity. I am looking for students (preferably in high school), their parents, teachers or activists who are working with the city to find solutions. Please e-mail me and tell me a little about yourself and I'll be happy to explain more...
October 8th 03 02:07 AM
by Markosito Probertosito Go to last post
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nutritional products by DK
nutritional products http://www.formorproducts.com/118602
October 7th 03 10:36 PM
by Markosito Probertosito Go to last post
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Anti-med couple denied Foster Care placements fw: by Fern5827
Subject: Anti-Med couple denied foster care application From: (Fern5827) Date: 10/3/2003 8:02 AM Eastern Daylight Time Message-id: Hi, Tracey and thank you first for STEPPING UP AND TRYING TO HELP CHILDREN. I have never...
October 7th 03 02:10 PM
by Markosito Probertosito Go to last post
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RotaTeck, New Vaccine for RotaVirus by Ted
Our baby is 2 months old and our doctor recomended that we be included in the testing of the new rotavirus called rotatech (I think that is how it is spelled). I know they pulled the previous rotashield. Does anyone have any input on if we should do it? The benifits seem pretty good. TIA
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October 6th 03 01:02 PM
by Tsu Dho Nimh Go to last post
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Kids and cavities by nyscof
"shirley" wrote in message news:ZG2gb.694496$uu5.113747@sccrnsc04... Sealing takes about 30 minutes and is totally painless. We had Chris's sealed but not Kathleen's. Chris has the most unusual geography on his molars, tons of pits and grooves that are very...
October 6th 03 11:45 AM
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