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What You NEED To Know About #Measles and Other VPD’s (S3E2)

Dr. Tara Smith stops by to talk about the dangers of vaccine preventable diseases and why vaccinating is so important. We discuss the facts about VPD’s like Measles, Whooping Cough and Flu. These are very serious conditions that can be fatal, especially to the immunocompromised, those with HIV/AIDS, cancer patients on chemotherapy, the very old and the very young.

Get The Facts About Vaccines (S3E1)

I have a very honest conversation about vaccines with Dr. Ryan Marino, an ER Physician and Medical Toxicologist at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. It’s 2020 and we’re still debating vaccines, while people are getting sick from diseases that were once considered eradicated. People are contracting measles and whooping cough at epidemic levels due to …

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When it comes to #vaccines, there are no opinions, only #facts

I’m pretty excited to get this episode about vaccines out tomorrow. There’s already been a constant back and forth on Twitter since I announced it last week. My intention is not to create debate but rather get the facts out and help people make better, more informed decisions for themselves and their loved ones. There’s …

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How @AkronChildrens helped me protect my youngest son today

For the most part, our morning has gone on without too many issues, and any issues that we did have were quickly overcome. That’s a pretty good feeling. I dropped Elliott off at school before taking Emmett to get some shots and Gavin to flget his blood work. We headed to Akron Children’s Hospital new …

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We take #vaccines VERY seriously but had to play catch-up today with our youngest and here’s why

I’m going to focus on the positive tonight. There was plenty of things that didn’t go right, but the ones that did, matter more in this very moment. I mentioned earlier that Emmett had an appointment with his pediatrician today. It was a combination med check; well check and physical. We needed to touch base …

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What it’s like to #vaccinate a child with #Autism and why we do it anyway

Getting the flu shot is extremely challenging for Autism families like mine but this is why we do it anyway.

The first solid piece of good news this week

While I’m unsure of what to make in regards to Gavin labs, there is one piece of good news we know of for sure. Ruby’s visit to the vet went very well. ☺ I didn’t think it would go poorly but I wasn’t sure how she was going to do while being poked and prodded …

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The simple, practical, and powerful reasons we chose to #vaccinate

While I will never tell someone else what to do with their child, as I would hope no one would do to us, I will share why we’ve chosen to vaccinate our kids. My wife and I decided very early on, that we were going to vaccinate our kids. We both have had all of …

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