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The Thoughtful Parent's Guide to Thinking Through Vaccinations: 10 Questions to Ask

The Thoughtful Parent’s Guide to Thinking Through Vaccinations: 10 Questions to Ask

Small pox vaccination scar...I just found this note online:...."All my friends, family and work collegues have three small scars on one of their arms where they got their vaccines when they were young. I thought I got my vaccines too but I don't have any scars at all. Is that right? Does this mean the vaccines didn't work?"...LOL! We're old!

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A Parent's Take on Snapchat

A Parent's Guide to Snapchat - an app often used for "sexting" #parenting # teens #Smartphone

Those of you who have avoided childhood illnesses without vaccines are lucky. You couldn’t do it without us pro-vaxxers. Once the vaccinatio...

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75 Books That Build Character

List of picture books that have positive messages and valuable character building lessons,

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The Biology of Vaccines, Vaccination, and Immunity

The Biology of Vaccines, Vaccination, and Immunity | Parenting Patch

This is not a post about being pro-vaccine, or anti-vaccine. This is a post about recognizing the inherent privilege in getting to choose such a stance.

A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule by Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD - Information on vaccines and an alternative vaccine schedule.

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Parent's Guide to baby teeth

Parents Guide To Children's Teeth! For children at birth through 15 years old! REPIN and tag your friends a super important article for parents to read and know what to expect for their children's teeth

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Why we chose not to vaccinate our child

Why we chose not to vaccinate our child.


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Moving from Negative to Positive Language with Kids

Thinking about what you say and how you saying and moving from negative to positive language with our kids can turn arguments into collaboration. Episode #5 - Vaccines Sep 28th, 2010 by drkendalstewart Dr. Stewart and Lisa discuss vaccines, current vaccine schedules and answer questions from listeners. As always you can submit your questions for next months Podcast by sending them to