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Thursday, April 9, 2020

The Truth About Vaccines Featuring: Be Brave! (Part 3) - Vaccine Safety Negligence | Del Bigtree at TTAC Live 2019 in Anaheim, CA and 6 Ways to Find the Best Pediatrician for Your Kids- JPCKIDS

Welcome back! This is the 3rd and final part to Del Bigtree's TTAC Live 2019 presentation. In this last installment, Del shines a light on vaccine safety. We are told that the vaccination program is implemented for the greater good of human society, but at what cost?

Science" tells us that it's safe and that the number of incidents is negligible to the point that it's recommended for universal use. However, when you take a look at 2 independent studies done by Harvard and the FDA, respectively, they both came to the same conclusion that only 1% of vaccine injuries and/or deaths are actually reported. Meaning, the number that we have actual data that is publicly available for all to see represents only 1% of what is actually going on out there. 

To put things into statistical perspective, we know for a fact that 533 children are dying to vaccines in 2018. If that is 1% of what is reported, then the actual total could be as much as 53,000. How many children's lives lost annually is too much? Shouldn't 533 lives be more than enough? Where do we draw the line? 

 Del Bigtree, producer of Vaxxed, was an Emmy Award-winning producer on the daytime talk show The Doctors, for six years. He has a background both as a filmmaker and an investigative medical journalist. Del has been traveling the nation, meeting with politicians, and standing with parents in their fight to maintain our freedom of choice. He is the host of HighWire Talk, a show that finds the answers to the questions everyone else is afraid to ask.

6 Ways to Find the Best Pediatrician for Your Kids- JPCKIDS

By: Nathen White

It is a challenging task to find the best pediatrician for your kid. Pediatricians should be good enough to take care of the child’s health until adolescence. There are some quality factors that parents look for the children’s clinic when they have to choose one.

Find out the factors that determine whether a pediatrician is a good fit for your family. Here is a list of tips to choose the best pediatrician.

1. Consider Comfort levels.

Choose a pediatrician who has a good understanding, patience and comfort levels to talk and identify parent’s concerns regarding their child’s health. Children’s physician and parent relationships are considered relevant in taking care of your child’s medical fitness. A pediatrician should appreciate parents encroachment in a child’s care as they are the first to see signs and symptoms of their kid's health. In turn, Parents should be able to learn and understand from the doctor’s explanation of child health care. A good pediatrician should communicate to the parent in detail about the conditions and requirements like a family member.

2. Consider recommendations.

Other than certification and specialty, it is best to go for personal recommendations from family friends or colleagues when searching for a Pediatrician. Inquire to them on the facilities and feedback about the physician and their approach and capabilities. There is also a lot of reviews posted on the web about parents experience and recommendation from their own personal experience on the internet which may also help.

3. Staff Service.

It is also to consider the services of staff as this may be another important factor in the medical field. Most of the time a better reception and better behavior with children is very crucial in a clinical atmosphere. So nonmedical staff in a clinic are equally important as the medical staff to create an ambiance of friendliness.

4. Prevention-focused

As the saying goes "Prevention is Better Than Cure", it is intelligent to choose a doctor who oversees the possible health issues and prepare your family to avoid health issues in the future. There are preventive vaccinations for a child that should be properly administered at the proper time. Such pediatricians help you take proper medication at the right time bringing in quality health to your children.

5. Compatibility

It is important to evaluate whether the pediatrician's method of child care stands close to your expectations in the approach of treatment procedures, consultation, support and medication. Taking care of the emergencies in the absence of a doctor is also an important factor to be considered in choosing your clinic.

6. Check for Speciality

Choosing a pediatrician is a very tough task. It is good to have an understanding of the specialty and experience of the concerned pediatrician. Checking the degree of doctor is not a fault as it helps you gain trust in his or her treatments. Treatment procedures, parenting approaches, and physician availability as all are equally important in a child’s health. A pediatrician should be kind, compassionate, patient, a good listener and open to discussions about your views and concerns freely as it is the very important primary step in identifying the nature of a child or the disease.

Children at various stages need treatment and communication is the most important factor in the treatment of children. Children’s response to treatment, their adherence to timely medications are all as important as the medicine itself. Children’s clinic is thus one of the most difficult ones to choose in the medical field and it makes it more difficult as you are the one who is choosing it for your children.

 JPC Kids is Jonesboro Pediatric clinic and the leading Children's clinic in Jonesboro AR. Our clinic is well-equipped and has skilled pediatricians for children's complete healthcare. We provide monthly vaccination schedules for the patients.

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