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God will never leave you!

By on Feb 22, 2016 in Heath, Religion, Winter | 0 comments

godBeen up since 3am .I’m going to Church this morning 😉 Lord , you know my heart. I’m trying so hard even tho I fell You so many times and I feel like a failure but You loved ne me anyway and You never give upon on me .I know you live in me and brought me back for a reason even tho I get down on myself sometimes. Lord , help me to found myself again and help me to do better than I did yesterday. my pass is the pass I cant change it but I can change the future. I know all my tears I shed , God records them in His book .Lot my tears are there. Sometimes I dont know what to say when I pray but He knows my tears. Yes I go to Church Sunday morning and I love it. I dont see how anyone walks around without God in their life cause I need Him everyday. Even tho I’m so unworthy but He love me enough to give His only begotten Son Jesus Christ to died for me . I have a relationship with God. We talk everyday He knows me. If you dont have a relationship with God its time to get one .Lord , help me to become a better person and help me to read Your word more .When Jesus was hung on that cross , He was thinking bout each and everyone of us. He took our sins and transgressions upon himself that day to give us the choice to except him as our Lord and saviour. He cld came off that cross but thank God he didn’t. Thank God , He shed His blood for us and went through everything He did just for us. I dont see how anyone does not believe in God. To plp that dont believe in God one day you wish you had and it ‘ve to late. Dont be deceived by satan and his lies. Stay pray up dont give him a step hold in your life. He will seek in like a lion to see who he can devour. He comes through your mind . I rebuke you satan. I hate when plp blame God for everything remember everything is not of God or hear plp say God made do it .when they do evil things. That wasn’t GOD , GOD IS LOVE. satan makes plp do evil things. satan knows his time is short and he trying to destroy plp and everything .But we all know who wins in the . ( GOD DOES ) Were fighting with the Prince of principalities. Dont give upon GOD He never gave upon us. He sacrificed His Son for us. This is my opinion , I believe Jesus crys for us knowing what we are going through here on earth , He feels our pain , disappointments and etc.If you have never excepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and savior , today is the day if salvation. Thank You ,Lord for Loving me and my salvation. The greastest gift we can receive.

Learn about the Influenza vaccine

By on Oct 28, 2015 in Heath | 0 comments

It’s flu season and I wanted to post on the community page and share what I’ve learned about the Influenza vaccine, the difference between the shot and the mist and some variables that may influence which you may choose for your family.

My motivation is myself becoming one of the millions immuncompromised in this country, learning about the vaccines and how they can affect my health, and also learning that patients are sometimes not told that their choice can affect the health of the people around them. Keep in mind, I’m not a healthcare professional and I’m still learning. I also know as a parent, every parent’s goal is to have a healthy and happy child and for many parents, part of that is getting the annual flu vaccine. We all want healthy kiddos.

First thing is first, the influenza shot is a an inactivated virus vaccine. It does not shed, meaning the recipient can’t sicken those around them. The FluMist is a Live Attenuated Vaccine, meaning the recipient can shed and can sicken the immunocompromised around them. It is approved for people ages 2-49 years old. When I attend events with large amounts of children, I wear a mask and gloves to protect myself. While this is not scientific at all, the two times I did not wear a mask and gloves I became sick afterwards. I do know the first time I sat next to a sweet little girl and helped her with her projects and she had recently received the FluMist vaccine, the second time was a large event with 500 children and God knows what was floating around.

How many immunocompromised are there in the United States? Well, we don’t know. In 2008 there were over 10,000,000 immunocompromised, but that only included HIV/AIDS patients, cancer patients, and organ transplant recipients. However, the immunocompomised also includes anyone with an autoimnune disorder, anyone with rheumatoid arthritis, anyone on steroids, and the undernourished and I’m certain I’m forgetting some. The number of immunocrompromised people is much higher than 10,000,000. Everyone of us know at least one person that’s on this list. I’m personally annoyed by this well known in the medical community but not well told to the Average Joe fact. It reads very clearly on my prescription pamphlet to avoid any contact with a person that’s received a live virus vaccine (FluMist and polio ).

The downside is there appears to be a slightly better efficacy rate with the FluMist over the injection. However, ( just my perspective ) given how many immunocompromised we have among us, am urging people to really research both options before you choose and then ultimately make the best choice for your family. Overwhelmingly, when a healthy person gets the flu, they are sick for a week and fully recover. That outcome is very different for the immunocompromised. This also means if your little one has recently received a FluMist vaccine and they’re attending a Halloween party or birthday party, asking the host if she’s aware if there any immucompromised children in attendance. The parent of a highly asthmatic child may want to know and choose to keep her child home. It means holding off on visiting Grandma if she’s getting over a significant illness. You would think if an immunocompromised person simply gets the flu shot, it negates the need to restrict contact with FluMist recipients, however my doctor says that’s not the case, further complicating the issue.

That’s my public service announcement. Ultimately, the message is to do your own research and make a choice that works for your family. The CDC has some great information. I’ll attach some links in the comments.