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Children who have health insurance generally have better health throughout their childhood and into their teens. They are more likely to:
* Receive needed shots that prevent disease
* Get treatment for recurring illnesses such as ear infections and asthma
* Get preventative care to keep them well
* Get sick less frequently
* Get the treatment they need when they are sick
* Have better attendance at school, and do better at school
The Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 (CHIPRA or Public Law 111-3) reauthorized the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). CHIPRA finances CHIP through FY 2013. It will preserve coverage for the millions of children who rely on CHIP today and provides the resources for States to reach millions of additional uninsured children. This legislation will help ensure the health and well-being of our nation's children.
Thousands of parents have described injuries in their kids that they believe are linked to shots. But the research community maintains the claims have no scientific merit.
The safety and efficacy of the 12 million doses of vaccines approved by the federal government, mandated in states and administered to American children every year will receive unrelenting scrutiny in Washington as long as Republican Rep. Dan Burton of Indiana has anything to say about it. “I stated at the Aug. 3 hearing [published as Vaccines — Finding the Balance Between Public Safety and Personal Choice] that as long as I remain chairman of the Government Reform Committee, we are going to continue looking into vaccine issues, and I will keep my word,” Burton tells Insight.
On Dec. 9, 1993, the congressman’s daughter, Danielle Burton Sarkine, took her 5-week-old daughter, Alex, to her pediatrician for a dose of the hepatitis B vaccine. The infant responded to the shot with high-pitched screams and was inconsolable. She still was crying hours later when her parents put her into her crib for the night. Checking on her when the cries at last subsided, they found a parent’s worst nightmare: Alex had stopped breathing. Danielle began CPR immediately and the baby gasped her first breath just as paramedics arrived. Alex spent an intense three-and-a-half weeks in the hospital but went home with a clean bill of health.
Not so for her little brother, Christian. On June 1, 1998, this happy 14-month-old received nine vaccines in one day. His mother says his entire disposition changed overnight. By the next day, he was screaming. Within a week and a half the baby had begun slamming his . on the floor, slapping himself and banging his . against a wall. Soon he was diagnosed with mild to moderate autism, a condition that is manageable but chronic. Since his immunizations, Christian’s life has been a series of therapy sessions for speech and developmental disorders.
Coincidence? Among the pieces of the puzzle publicized by Insight:
Rates of autism have skyrocketed. However, public-health officials say better diagnostics account for the 273 percent increase in cases reported in California during the last 11 years.
An average of 13,000 reports of neurological and autoimmune trauma following on the heels of vaccination, especially the hepatitis B inoculation, have been filed annually since 1990 with the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, a voluntary program, at the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA. Yet many public-health officials interviewed for this article claim the reported events are coincidental, reveal no patterns and are not worth investigating
Stores like Wal-mart and target are now to rely also on RFIDs in clothing specially underwares
The key component of MicroCHIPS’ technology is its proprietary reservoir arrays. Any combination of drugs or biosensors can be stored within the reservoirs, thereby protecting these sensitive reservoir contents from the environment (e.g., a patient’s body) until they are needed. Preprogrammed microprocessors, wireless telemetry, or sensor feedback loops can provide active control of the opening of the reservoirs to initiate drug release or expose enclosed biosensors, thus giving the physician or patient greater control over therapy. Alternatively, layers or other combinations of controlled release, polymeric matrices can provide passive control of the release or exposure of the reservoir contents in applications that do not require microprocessors or power sources.
Is not sensasionalism, I like to watch the markets everyday for fun, I was watching the days after the Obama care was passed when the biggest CEOs of the RFIDs were been interview and salivating and the goods news that the govenrment approved grants for development of many uses of RFIDs, one of the them that is been worked at is for the dispensing of medications under the skin
Originally posted by 547000
reply to post by Kailassa
There are worse things than dying.
What I find uncanny is an ancient book warns people not to get a mark such that without it you cannot buy or sell. If these things become widespread and common enough they would probably take the place of cash and credit cards. I say that within a century or two this will happen.