Posts Tagged
‘COVID’

October 13, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: AGE, Autism, COVID, politics

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Categories: autism

From Dr. Richard Moskowitz In more than fifty years of family practice, I have cared for many, many vaccine-injured children and adults, an experience that has convinced me that the vaccination process itself is a major cause of chronic autoimmune disease, as is a significant number of respected published science to the same conclusion, which […]

A social media firestorm broke out from teachers angry at comments from the Vermont State Education Secretary about COVID-19 testing in schools. During a press conference Tuesday, Foreign Secretary Dan French spoke about the state’s strategy to offer a variety of COVID-19 tests to reduce positive cases in schools and keep more children indoors. Rapid […]

September 27, 2021

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Tags: AMA, COVID, Flu, Page, Playbook, Promote, vaccines

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Categories: autism

Below is a link to the AMA Covid-19 Vaccination Playbook. We thought you might like to play Monday morning quarterback. It’s only 12 pages long. How many ways can you write, “Forget your patient’s priorities or wishes and keep plowing”? Download the background news of the AMA COVID-19 GUIDE on vaccines for winter 2021 Gemstones: […]

September 23, 2021

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Tags: COVID, creator, deadly, Left, mutate, Oxford, Vaccine, Variant, WayBack

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Categories: autism

Could Covid become something to sneeze at with the mutation? It would be joy if we get caught up in social chaos. Just another cold? That would taste the cake and help end this broken fairy tale we are living in right now. Masks, tests, isolation, vaccines, fear, worry, separation, work problems, a relationship break […]

September 22, 2021

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Tags: 207M, approves, board, COVID, education, funding, Paul, Plan, relief, spending, WCCO

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Categories: Special needs education

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The St. Paul Public Schools Board of Education on Tuesday evening approved a plan to spend more than $ 200 million on federal COVID-19 relief funds. The board said its plan has four priorities for spending $ 207 million on the American Rescue Plan over the next three years: safely reopening schools, […]

September 18, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Clinical, COVID, effects, Pilot, Presentation, prevalence, side, Study, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

A pilot study of Covid and autism: prevalence, clinical presentation and side effects of the vaccine abstract Background: Several neurobiological mechanisms have been proposed to support the hypothesis of a higher risk of COVID-19 in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, no real data are available on this population. Methods: We compared the period […]

September 10, 2021

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Tags: board, budget, City, COVID, due, education, funds, Increase, Large, News, Pell, relief, sees

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Categories: Special needs education

CITY OF PELL The Pell City Board of Education’s proposed budget included a total increase of more than $ 8 million, driven primarily by COVID-19 relief funds. During the Board of Directors’ first budget hearing on Thursday, CFO Tanya Holcombe presented a total budget of $ 52,827,300, an increase from the prior-year figure of $ […]

September 9, 2021

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Tags: Answered, COVID, kids, questions

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Categories: Parenting

6 questions about children and Covid answered Tara Parker-PopeCoronavirus reporting What do you find most comforting about children and school? It’s pretty comforting that at the onset of the pandemic, when teachers weren’t vaccinated, schools that took a layered approach – masking, capsules, ventilation, regular testing – could stay open. We will have disruptions, and […]

August 29, 2021

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Tags: AGE, Autism, COVID

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Categories: autism

By Cathy Jameson I have never heard an answer in my adult life that was used more often than “Because of COVID”. Regardless of the environment – in a school, a shop, a doctor’s office, on a playground or at a concert. Because of COVID it is said all the time. It started last year: […]

August 26, 2021

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Tags: Choice, COVID, Lifestyle, Matters

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Categories: autism

Today’s post is an excerpt from Children’s Health Defense. Companies in the US are starting to require Covid vaccinations. A local provider of day and residential programs will be commissioned until mid-October. They’ll consider exceptions, however Unvaccinated employees, contractors or board members are tested twice a week. Those vaccinated CAN contract COVID and spread – […]

August 24, 2021

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Tags: COVID, Pfizer, pregnancy, Risk, Summary, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

Imagine you’re 16 and you’ve just pulled your parents’ car into your neighbor’s mailbox. You might start like this, “Look, a lot of new drivers have minor accidents as part of their learning curve. It’s common. It happens.” The Bloomberg article I screened is cruel and inflammatory. Covax is ashamed of its low point. OBs […]