Vaccine mandates promote human rights by protecting children

vaccine mandates

Over the past years, the argument that school vaccine mandates violate human rights has been raised multiple times. The argument is ill founded, and if there is a human rights argument, it goes the other way.

I would like to examine the key arguments, but adding that vaccine mandates actually promotes human rights by protecting children from vaccine preventable diseases.

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Study confirms iPad’s shortcomings for diagnostic radiology

I’m a huge fan of Apple products.  This blog is being written on a MacBook Pro running WordPress.  I have an iPhone 4 running everything I need.  I don’t own an iPad, but I have had one for a few months a couple of years ago, and I was singularly unimpressed with it, and unless it has suddenly fixed some of its shortcomings, I remain unimpressed.  It’s not just the iPad, it’s the whole genre of computer. Continue reading “Study confirms iPad’s shortcomings for diagnostic radiology”