Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Vaccines We Really Need

syringe-needle A successful school year for your child starts with his or her good health, and that sure beats it starting with you cleaning up Lucky Charms vomit off the Turkish rug.

While there are many tricks to raising a healthy scholar, tricking children into what's good for them is frowned upon these days. Blame those self-appointed "experts" who subscribe to the child-rearing theory known as the Sanctimonious Helicopter Attachment Drone of Uptight Parenting, or just SHAD-UP.

So what can you do as aside from giving junior daily baths in free-range, grass-feed hand sanitizer?

Poke the kid silly with syringes! Preferably ones loaded with bacteria and viruses!

Vaccines have proved to be highly effective at warding off many childhood diseases, so make sure your little one is up-to-date on all required shots before the school year starts.

But wait – there's more!

Scientists who actually got out of the lab enough to meet members of the opposite sex and spawn a child or two, sometimes on purpose, are developing some super new vaccines. The following are currently under review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (now a fully owned subsidiary of ConAgra Foods, a division of Google and a Spike Lee Joint):

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4 comments:

  1. I much prefer Lucky Charms vomit to the cranberry juice/spaghetti/ketchup vomit that stains everything it comes in contact with.

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  2. I much prefer Lucky Charms vomit to the cranberry juice/spaghetti/ketchup vomit that stains everything it comes in contact with.

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  3. Ah vaccines - one of the big reasons public health exists! Having lost part of my hearing to some of those now preventable diseases - it is very recommended!

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