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*As summer comes to and end, parents and their children are preparing to begin another school year. No need to say which of these two are happier. One of the many things that now must be considered as preparations begin: state laws that require kids to be vaccinated in order to attend school. Despite doctors’ … Continue reading Glenn’s Strategies for Well-Being: Vaccinations for Back-to-School?
*Now more than ever, the population of the United States – the “melting pot” of all nations – is a mix of societies, cultures, beliefs, and attitudes that impact the health-care community. Because of this “cultural gumbo”, few would argue that protection from infectious and communicable diseases is one of the health issues of greatest … Continue reading Glenn’s Strategies for Well-Being: The Controversy Over Vaccinations
*A friend told me her employer is making flu shots mandatory for its entire workforce of nearly two hundred people. Anyone who refuses the annual vaccine and later calls out sick during the fall or winter won’t receive sick pay. The debate over whether companies have a legal right to force employees into preventative healthcare … Continue reading The Journal of Steffanie Rivers: Forced Vaccinations: Justified Or Illegal?