<p>I have been lurking on and off this site for last 5 years, gaining insights and learning so much from all of your posts from the time of my pregnancy to alternative child education with everything in between. My daughter is now 4 and about to enter pre K..and...
<p>Came across two studies relevant to concerns over the safety and effectiveness of HPV vaccines this morning. </p>
<p>The first on is an Australian study of the incidence of HPV viruses in girls 18-24 before (2005-2007) and after (2010-2012) HPV vaccines were wide spread in...
<p>Has anyone had experience with a toddler waking up crying? Not from night terrors, but just from waking up. My son used to always cry/tantrum when <em>going to</em> sleep...lots of drama there. We have worked through some of that and for the most part he can go to sleep without a tantrum...
<p>Do you think it is possible to use vaccines to eradicate diseases? Do you think it has been done in the case of small pox worldwide and other diseases in certain regions? If it might be possible, then what makes a disease worth eradicating or a vaccine worth using to eradicate it?</p>
If you can get past his name-calling (i.e. "selfish," "stupid") he does raise some interesting questions.<br><br>
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