Should state mandate immunizations? N...

Should state mandate immunizations? New requirements effective in July

There are 9767 comments on the Chattanoogan.com story from May 4, 2011, titled Should state mandate immunizations? New requirements effective in July. In it, Chattanoogan.com reports that:

Immunizations are one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to protect children against childhood diseases and Tennessee law requires documented immunizations.

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WTH

Knoxville, TN

#10194 Aug 23, 2014
WOW wrote:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pu bmed/21568886
Excerpt:
"In particular, aluminum in adjuvant form carries a risk for autoimmunity, long-term brain inflammation and associated neurological complications and may thus have profound and widespread adverse health consequences."
"Aluminum Exposure-Aluminum is a very abundant element in our environment. It is in many foods we eat, many personal hygiene products we apply to our skin (deodorants, for example), and many medicines we ingest. Thus, all infants are exposed to aluminum in the environment. Breast milk, for example, contains approximately 40 micrograms of aluminum per liter, and infant formulas contain an average of approximately 225 micrograms of aluminum per liter.
http://www.immunizationinfo.org/issues/vaccin...
People should stop feediong their children, its too damned dangerous.
trb

Olive Branch, MS

#10195 Aug 24, 2014
Yes they should
WOW

Lexington, TN

#10196 Aug 24, 2014
WTH wrote:
<quoted text>"Aluminum Exposure-Aluminum is a very abundant element in our environment. It is in many foods we eat, many personal hygiene products we apply to our skin (deodorants, for example), and many medicines we ingest. Thus, all infants are exposed to aluminum in the environment. Breast milk, for example, contains approximately 40 micrograms of aluminum per liter, and infant formulas contain an average of approximately 225 micrograms of aluminum per liter.
http://www.immunizationinfo.org/issues/vaccin...
People should stop feediong their children, its too damned dangerous.
For starters, pharmacokinetically speaking, you are mixing the proverbial apples and oranges because dietary aluminum absorption should NOT be compared with intramuscular or subcutaneously injected aluminum, which travel different pathways through the body.
WOW

Lexington, TN

#10197 Aug 24, 2014
WTH wrote:
<quoted text>"Aluminum Exposure-Aluminum is a very abundant element in our environment. It is in many foods we eat, many personal hygiene products we apply to our skin (deodorants, for example), and many medicines we ingest. Thus, all infants are exposed to aluminum in the environment.
Given that aluminum naturally occurs only in combination with other minerals and only in various compounds, exposure to aluminum today is obviously different from our exposure to aluminum before we began to extract and smelt the metal.
Your claim that human beings are well adapted to aluminum exposure is silly.

At best, human beings are somewhat adapted to the various aluminum compounds which are more or less common in different parts of the world. I doubt there is any data available on pre-industrial levels of exposure to aluminum compounds.

Now, you scream "fake" again.

K?
vaxman

United States

#10198 Aug 24, 2014
WOW wrote:
<quoted text>
Given that aluminum naturally occurs only in combination with other minerals and only in various compounds, exposure to aluminum today is obviously different from our exposure to aluminum before we began to extract and smelt the metal.
Your claim that human beings are well adapted to aluminum exposure is silly.
At best, human beings are somewhat adapted to the various aluminum compounds which are more or less common in different parts of the world. I doubt there is any data available on pre-industrial levels of exposure to aluminum compounds.
Now, you scream "fake" again.
K?
Wow.
You've hit the nail on the head, though I doubt the pro-vax meme here will get it. He's already called the NIH links "FAKE" which is laughable.

Parents, wise up.
TheRealZeke

Paris, TN

#10199 Aug 24, 2014
vaxman wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow.
You've hit the nail on the head, though I doubt the pro-vax meme here will get it. He's already called the NIH links "FAKE" which is laughable.
Parents, wise up.
So this one isn't laughable

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1...

What is laughable is that you silly anti-vac shits cannot interpret what you read.

Even more, you are waging a war of attrition--you keep search for "evidence" to support your preconceived notions--and tea party resentment of "government interference" in what you mistakenly believe is a private matter (children being property).

In any case, the average parent, like you, is hardly in a position to be making (uniformed) decisions about vacs.

Medicine is not simply a matter of personal opinion.
WTH

Knoxville, TN

#10200 Aug 24, 2014
WOW wrote:
<quoted text>
Given that aluminum naturally occurs only in combination with other minerals and only in various compounds, exposure to aluminum today is obviously different from our exposure to aluminum before we began to extract and smelt the metal.
Your claim that human beings are well adapted to aluminum exposure is silly.
At best, human beings are somewhat adapted to the various aluminum compounds which are more or less common in different parts of the world. I doubt there is any data available on pre-industrial levels of exposure to aluminum compounds.
Now, you scream "fake" again.
K?
Well, if you insist, you are a fake. I did not claim any such thing. It is a scientific fact, moron. The aluminum salts used in vaccines are not the same as bauxite, dumbass. Oh and yes, government sites can have bogus authors as well; just like the one you used and did not understand.
WTH

Knoxville, TN

#10201 Aug 24, 2014
vaxman wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow.
You've hit the nail on the head, though I doubt the pro-vax meme here will get it. He's already called the NIH links "FAKE" which is laughable.
Parents, wise up.
Isn't vax a game about epidemics that you tinfoil geniuses play? Wrong again Nimrod, I called bullshit on the author who happened to do that one blurb in a bunch of studies. Absolutely some of the govt sites are crap. Unfortunately for you, ALL the conspiracy theory sites are crap.
WTH

Knoxville, TN

#10202 Aug 24, 2014
vaxman wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow.
You've hit the nail on the head, though I doubt the pro-vax meme here will get it. He's already called the NIH links "FAKE" which is laughable.
Parents, wise up.
Now, let me be clear about something you idiot sonofabitch. I am not a "pro-vax" anything, dipsh!t. I am a person that has enough common sense to know that immunizations are essential. I do not believe people should run out and get vaccines for each and everything. Let me ask you and your idiot friend, if you were cut badly on a rusty barbed wire fence, would you tell the E/R Doc, " no sir, I do NOT want that Tetanus shot"? Would you? I doubt it since you and your family probably all get the full compliment of immunization. Moron.
Windy

Cookeville, TN

#10203 Aug 24, 2014
WTH wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, science is not required to see what fake and incorrect crap you post claiming it is valid research. Only dumbasses believe that crap.
Oh yes that good old science thingy. Clean, cheap, safe Nuclear Power. How's this all working out?
WTH

Knoxville, TN

#10204 Aug 25, 2014
Windy wrote:
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Oh yes that good old science thingy. Clean, cheap, safe Nuclear Power. How's this all working out?
Well,if that was the subject of this thread, your post might mean something. It isn't and it doesn't.
TheRealZeke

Paris, TN

#10205 Aug 25, 2014
Windy wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh yes that good old science thingy. Clean, cheap, safe Nuclear Power. How's this all working out?
Yes, and if it weren't for that science thing, there would be no technology, so we would not be subject to being assailed by the misinformation you spread on this site.

Second, you base your proclamations on what you claim to be scientific evidence. So, you cannot possibly believe the implication of your post--that science is not to be trusted.

Your world view fails the consistency test.
America for Americans

Jackson, TN

#10206 Aug 25, 2014
Top Mod 8 wrote:
Should the state should mandate immunizations for your children? Do you feel they are safe for all children. Do they cause other health issues like autism? Should the state also pay for them as well if they are requiring them?
Not if, like other states, illegals don't have to
WOW

Lexington, TN

#10207 Aug 25, 2014
Windy wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh yes that good old science thingy. Clean, cheap, safe Nuclear Power. How's this all working out?
When government colludes with industry for decades to cover up.... oh, wait, that never happens...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioactive_cont...
WTH

Knoxville, TN

#10208 Aug 25, 2014
WOW wrote:
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When government colludes with industry for decades to cover up.... oh, wait, that never happens...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioactive_cont...
You are resorting to Wikipedia??? That doesn't even relates to immunizations. You are as lost as a foul ball in high weeds and desperate for something to prove your idiotic theory. You get immunizations, don't you?
REO

Cookeville, TN

#10209 Aug 25, 2014
Was Sassy ever immunized???
Karl

Tennessee Ridge, TN

#10210 Aug 25, 2014
I was.
WTSenior

United States

#10213 Aug 26, 2014
rathernotsay wrote:
For you people who are against vaccinations......one little question. Why do we not have polio diagnoses anymore? At least not like there were prior to the vaccine. That's just one example. It's not complicated
need real people that CAN read, CHOICE not about shots of course no one know what mandate means, do you ?
Qualifier

Knoxville, TN

#10214 Aug 26, 2014
WTSenior wrote:
<quoted text>need real people that CAN read, CHOICE not about shots of course no one know what mandate means, do you ?
Need people that CAN write, too. Shame you don't qualify.
Windy

Cookeville, TN

#10215 Aug 26, 2014
TheRealZeke wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, and if it weren't for that science thing, there would be no technology, so we would not be subject to being assailed by the misinformation you spread on this site.
Second, you base your proclamations on what you claim to be scientific evidence. So, you cannot possibly believe the implication of your post--that science is not to be trusted.
Your world view fails the consistency test.
Perhaps you could ask those in Japan what they think of the science of clean, cheap, safe nuclear power.

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