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Chickenpox, who should get the pain, Children or Adults?

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posted on Mar, 21 2019 @ 04:37 PM
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originally posted by: smkymcnugget420


OH NO, the measles... so like a not-so-bad-chicken-pox, how did you even manage to escape that plague. lol

put others at risk or what? getting sick? so the next time you transmit a cold or flu can you be sue for damages?

you don't have a human right not to get sick.


Lol you are full of crap thinking with your wrong numbers. Even in the US since 2005 there has been 2,333 cases of measles and 8 people died. How does that fit with your .5 deaths per 100,000?

Please don't be stupid with your OH NO..Mr. Bill routine...People that die typically are too young or have medical conditions to not be able to take the vaccine.


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posted on Mar, 21 2019 @ 06:11 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Getting sick in general is not immediately beneficial for you, but long-term, it can be.



posted on Mar, 21 2019 @ 11:07 PM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: rickymouse

Getting sick in general is not immediately beneficial for you, but long-term, it can be.


Yes, you are correct.

You need to look at the whole picture. Not focus on just is happening at the moment. When a person coughs because they make mucus in response to a virus, they seem to automatically take a medicine to suppress the cough...which often is an anti-histamine. Anti-histamines will dampen the immune system and suppress the response, so basically they are playing right into the virus's hands. Then they get sicker than they should. There are some chemistries that can kill the viruses and keep the mucus from becoming too thick, but you do not want to stop the mucus from being produced either, just thin it. A proteinase like bromelain can help with that, there are other enzymes that also work. But you can't keep popping pills either. Orange juice actually raises histamine levels but can actually help to fight it faster by it's action. But only in the beginning, you do not want to boost histamines too much when Histamine levels are too high already and the immune system is all fired up.
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posted on Mar, 22 2019 @ 02:17 PM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

where on earth are you getting that number!? lol... its more like 11 deaths since the year 2000.

there haven't even been that many CASES of measles since 2005.

www.cdc.gov...

so lets talk about that full of crap thinking with wrong numbers



posted on Mar, 22 2019 @ 02:28 PM
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originally posted by: smkymcnugget420
a reply to: Xtrozero

where on earth are you getting that number!? lol... its more like 11 deaths since the year 2000.

there haven't even been that many CASES of measles since 2005.

www.cdc.gov...

so lets talk about that full of crap thinking with wrong numbers


Read what I wrote...

"Even in the US since 2005 there has been 2,333 cases of measles and 8 people died." this is from the CDC look it up...

This is not your .5 in every 100,000, but hey lets do yours from 2000, as you are correct in 11 have died since 2000 and there was a little over 3000 cases, still how do you figure .5 per 100,000. The bottom line is measles is far more dangerous than chicken pox. As in deaths from Chicken Pox 1 in 60,000 and Measles 1 to 2 in 1,000.

CDC says 1 to 2 deaths per 1,000, and 1 in 4 go to the hospital.

You even linked to the CDC page..read the damn thing lol


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posted on Mar, 24 2019 @ 01:37 PM
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a reply to: Sillyolme


Though with our current school system you kind of cant not vaccinate anyway.


Yes, for those still using low life public schools sure

But parents who give a crap about their kids mental health, ideological compass and ethics in general would never put their son or daughter in a public school. Who the heck wants their child to be an "average" achiever?

Not me... the thought my kids could have been held back by the lowest performing students was enough to make sure I doled out whatever funds needed for a solid, wholesome private Christian education.




 
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