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Your Child Needs You – Pt 2

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Your Child Needs YOU
BEFORE It Is Too Late

The Time To Communicate With Your Children Is Now Or Never

Our Country is besieged with an epidemic of monstrous proportions, yet the true numbers have been hidden even by the CDC.  But even with the stats I will post, I have something very alarming to share tonight.  May Our Dear GOD protect us and Bless us all.

The legacy of the Obama Administration was and is an attempt at genocide.  He not only brought in people that hate us, he didn’t bother to test any for diseases, even though all of these people are from countries with HIV/AIDS epidemics worst than what we have, and the fact that Ebola was brought into Our Country is yet another indictment against his legacy.

Our X President also took the ban off homosexuals giving and selling blood. 

I will take this time to address two (2) different groups before we continue.

To all the people that agree with, and the ones that simply turn a blind eye, to the wholesale murder of Our Babys, don’t leave yet when I tell you I TOLD YOU SO, because I also have something that includes all of you with the next group.  Just imagine for one (1) minute, that if a full-sized hospital could not protect everyone from Ebola, how  can you be so ignorant in believing Planned Parenthood was protecting everyone from HIV/AIDS????

I know many of you can remember the time when more than a few people thought I just set up here and made things up about Planned Parenthood, and also just pulled numbers out of no where and said they were more near correct for stats than the lie so many were believing.  (That was a joke, but I see Our Senior Editor, and several more of Our Circle not laughing, and in fact are looking at the floor, My friends, they know me, you might want to get in position where you aren’t so obvious).

Huh, something just blew dirt in my eyes…. My Friends, even I can’t stay dry-eyed. 

Not only have the antivaxxers been right, HEY THIS IS FOR ALL THE HILLARY AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD SUPPORTERS, how many remember the days when people thought I made up the fact that PPH was making $!,000,000 to $10,000,000 a day selling illegal fetal tissue for highly illegal research on fetal tissue, and for the viable baby organs.

I never saw any where that said it wasn’t still illegal to research on fetal tissue.

SO YOU TELL ME HOW THE CDC OWNS A WHOLE LOT OF VACCINATION PATENTS, some of these vaccinations are grown in dead cow blood along with metals and heavy metals.

But what might come as a shock is the fact that some of these vaccinations are grown in fetal tissue.

Before we continue with the rest of the epidemic material, I want everyone to know that I will attempt to bring you all the numbers, but there is more and more Children adversely affected by these vaccinations every day, this year is due to set records very early on.

  • This year alone, 10,000,000 young people, 13 years-of-age to 23, will contract one (1) or more STI or STD
  • 35 percent of teens ages 14 to 19 have Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Girls age 15 to 19 have the highest rates of Gonorrhea and the second highest rate of Chlamydia of any age group

From: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) <>
Sent: Thursday, May 4, 2017 10:50 AM
Reply To:
Subject: CDC Releases ‘Call to Action’ to Reduce Syphilis

Public Health Service
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Dear Colleague,

As we close the door on another STD Awareness Month, I am pleased to announce the release of CDC’s Call to Action: Let’s Work Together to Stem the Tide of Rising Syphilis in the United States.

CDC’s Division of STD Prevention is calling on public and private sectors, as well as affected communities, to help reduce syphilis through research, prevention, and outreach.

Historically low syphilis rates are in the rearview mirror, and today, we face increasing syphilis rates across almost every demographic. Of utmost concern is the continued high rate among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men, as well as a sudden surge of congenital syphilis rates.

We must act now to disrupt syphilis.  And we need for everyone to pitch in with specific action steps encouraged in the Call to Action. For example:

  • Public health departments need to improve surveillance; partner with healthcare providers and patient advocacy groups; conduct partner services; increase screening; and ensure collaboration between State and local STD, HIV, and maternal and child public health programs
  • Healthcare Providers need to take complete sexual histories; follow CDC testing recommendations; treat diagnosed patients immediately per CDC guidelines; and work with the health department to report all cases of syphilis by stage, including cases of congenital syphilis
  • Decision-makers and community leaders need to talk to STD program professionals in their jurisdiction and address any policy barriers to affected populations seeking or obtaining recommended screening and treatment

While getting back to the basics of syphilis prevention will help make a difference, it will not put a full stop to this disease.  For these reasons, the Call to Action also outlines action steps needed from affected communities, universities, industry, and even electronic medical records vendors.

I understand that we’re asking for a lot from everyone; however, we’re committed to undoing these worsening syphilis trends with you.

CDC pledges to unite and strengthen new and old tools of prevention to protect the public from this dangerous disease.  We will, for example, improve surveillance; make a syphilis specimen repository available for technological developments; and help develop novel diagnostic tools and better prevention tools.  At the same time, we will continue ongoing work to prevent all STDs, including syphilis.

Together, we can put syphilis behind us where it belongs.

Thank you for your commitment to STD prevention.

Best Regards,

Gail Bolan, MD
Director, Division of STD Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Danger: Kids Left in Hot Cars

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Danger: Kids Left in Hot Cars

Expert tips for keeping your kids safe from
heat stroke in cars.

By Denise Mann
WebMD Feature
Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD

Every summer, heartbreaking and preventable deaths happen when children are left alone in hot cars.  More than 770 U.S. children have died that way since 1990, according to the nonprofit safety group Kids and Cars.

These cases happen when kids are left unattended in a hot car,  sometimes because the driver forgot the child was there, or when kids get into unlocked cars without any adult knowing it happened. Within minutes, they can be in danger.

Here is what you must know:

1.  No Exceptions, No Matter How Brief

Some parents may not want to take their child in and out of their cumbersome car seat for what they believe will be a quick stop.  But the stakes are too high.

“It is never OK to leave kids or pets in a car, even with the windows down,” says Christopher McStay, MD, an emergency room doctor and assistant professor of emergency medicine at New York University Langone Medical Center.  “It is an absolute no-no.”

McStay has seen his share of hot car casualties in the emergency room.  “Your car is a greenhouse and temperatures can get exceedingly hot in an exceedingly short period of time,” he says.

“There is no safe amount of time to leave children alone in the car,” says Nathan Allen, MD, an emergency medicine doctor at the University of Chicago.  “Kids are more susceptible and at higher risk for heat-related illness and injury than adults because their bodies make more heat relative to their size and their abilities to cool through sweating are not as developed as adults.”

As a result, just a few minutes can be extremely dangerous, even fatal, for a small child.

2.  Know What Can Go Wrong

“Parents leave children in a car for lack of understanding about how sick they can get and how quickly they can get sick,” says Christopher Haines, DO, director of pediatric emergency medicine at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.

“On a day that is just 72 degrees Fahrenheit, the temperature inside a car can increase by 30 to 40 degrees in an hour, and 70% of this increase occurs the first 30 minutes,” he says.

Heat stroke may occur when body temperature passes 104 degrees Fahrenheit.  That overwhelms the brain’s temperature control, causing symptoms such as dizziness, disorientation, agitation, confusion, sluggishness, seizure, loss of consciousness, and/or death.

3.  Bystander?  Get Involved

If you see a child alone in a hot vehicle, call 911 immediately, advises the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  “If they are in distress due to heat, get them out as quickly as possible,” states the NHTSA’s website.

Unfortunately, some child carriers have hoods, so you can’t tell if there is a child in the seat.  Developing alarm systems that sound if a child’s seat belt is left fastened when the door shuts may be helpful in the future, McStay says.

4.  Remind Yourself

Some parents or caregivers may forget that there is a sleeping child in the back seat and go about their business.

Think it can’t happen to you?  It can, says Mark McDaniel, PhD, a psychology professor at the university of Washington at St. Louis. Here’s how:

“The memory is faced with a challenge when it needs to remember something that you don’t do every day, such as take your child to school,” McDaniel says.  For instance, maybe Mom usually does that, but for some reason, Dad takes the task for the day, he says.

“If the child has fallen asleep in their car seat, which is usually behind the driver’s seat, there is no visual information to remind you that there is a kid to drop off and if you have not done it day in and day out, you need a cue,” McDaniel says.  “These are not bad parents, but people who don’t have a good understanding of their memory system.”

What can you do?  Give yourself reminders.  Keep telling yourself, out loud, to remember the child.  And give yourself visual cues.  For example, “place your briefcase beside your child so you must grab it before going to work, and will see your child,” McDaniel says.  Or put your diaper bag on the seat next to you, so that you’re reminded that you have the child with you.

5.  Prevent Kids From Wandering Into the Car

Don’t let your children play in your car, make sure the car’s doors and trunk are locked when you’re not using it, and keep the keys out of kids’ reach.  That may help prevent children from getting accidentally locked in the car, McStay says.

6.  Check That They Arrived

If your children take school buses or other modes of transportation, make sure that the transportation company follows established safety protocols, such as a bus driver walking through the bus to make sure no child is left onboard at the end of the route.

And call to make sure your child arrives as expected, if you are not there to greet your child, Haines says.

Justice For Celina 5 Years Later

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Justice for Celina Cass 5 years later

Stepfather charged with killing N.H. girl in 2011

STEWARTSTOWN, NH  –  The stepfather of an 11-year-old New Hampshire girl found dead in a river in 2011 was arrested Monday on a second-degree murder charge in her killing.

Wendell Noyes, 52, of Stewartstown, was taken into custody in the slaying of Celina Cass, the attorney general said.  The girl was reported missing from her home July 26, 2011, and her body was recovered from the Connecticut River six days later.

Noyes, who is accused of killing Cass by submerging her body in the river, is set to be arraigned Tuesday.  Associate Attorney General Jane Young declined to comment on what led to the arrest, and a phone number listed for Noyes was disconnected.

In the days after Celina disappeared, Noyes described her as a quiet girl who would not have left the home on her own.  Several months later, after his truck, cellphone and computer had been seized by investigators, he told WMUR-TV, “I had nothing to do with it.  We left the door unlocked, and somebody else was in the apartment after we went upstairs.”

At the time of her disappearance, the girl lived with Noyes, her mother, her 13-year-old sister and the 22-year-old son of one of her mother’s former boyfriends.  Both men were later subpoenaed to testify at grand jury proceedings related to the case.  In February, a major crimes squad truck was seen parked outside Noyes’ trailer.

Court documents show Noyes has a history of psychiatric issues.  He was found unfit to stand trial in a 2003 case in which he was charged with breaking into an ex-girlfriend’s home and threatening her.

Child Abuse Registry Needed

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CPS Failed Leiliana Wright

Mom of slain 4-year-old involved in previous
Child Abuse case

Dallas, Texas  –  FOX 4 has learned the Grand Prairie mother charged in her 4-year-old daughter’s death also faced a previous abuse and neglect case in another state.

Jeri Quezada and her boyfriend, Charles Phifer, are charged with torturing and beating Leiliana Wright to death last month.

Quezada had other children taken from her before.  Records show she was arrested in 2007 for domestic battery in Illinois, which prompted the state to open an abuse and neglect case.

In 2008, Quezada was arrested for driving with alcohol and was later arrested again on a drug charge.  Two years later, an Illinois judge took away her children.  She also arrested for felony burglary in 2010.

Leiliana Wright was born in prison in January 2012 and custody was given to her paternal grandparents.  But in December 2013, Quezada regained custody of the 4-year-old.

Child Protective Services became involved when Quezada was arrested again for having meth in her car in 2014.  The charge was later dropped.

Leiliana’s paternal grandparents provided CPS with a photo of the girl’s bruised eye and busted lip in November 2014.  One month before Leiliana’s death, a special investigator recommended she be examined by a medical professional for alleged sexual abuse, but nothing was done.

FOX 4 reached out to Gov. Greg Abbott at a public speaking event in Dallas on Wednesday about possible concerns with CPS, but a spokesman for the governor told us he was too busy.

Senator Royce West told FOX 4 the high turnover rate and overworked caseworkers at CPS are unacceptable — but he didn’t yet have a plan to fix it.

“First, we have to ask what does leadership wants to do,” said West. “You have to ask the Governor and Lt. Governor what their plan is. Then, they need to allow us to help them implement whatever plan they come up with.”

CPS Ignored Possible Sexual Abuse Of Leiliana

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CPS Failed Leiliana Wright

CPS investigator believed 4-year-old Grand Prairie girl was sexually abused

A CPS special investigator recommended a 4-year-old girl later found dead should be checked for signs of sexual abuse, a source told FOX4.  But weeks after the recommendation, case workers were still trying to make contact with the girl.

Leiliana Wright, 4, had no way to protect herself against the violent beating that began when she drank some of her little brother’s juice. According to police records, she was tied in a closet and ultimately died after being thrown against a wall.  Police say the beating happened at the hands of her mother and mother’s boyfriend who were high on heroin.

New information uncovered by FOX4 indicates there was a bright red flag of abuse in the case about one month before Leiliana was killed.

A source told FOX4 a special investigator was assigned to look into suspected sexual abuse by another boyfriend of the mother.  While the investigator did not recommend immediate removal, he made a referral to the CPS caseworker to have Leiliana evaluated at a clinic that performs sexual assault exams.

That recommendation happened on Feb. 11.  But for reasons that are not yet clear, CPS was still trying to get in touch with the family weeks later from March 2 – March 7.  Leiliana was killed March 13.

“A report will be done on the case, it will be released publicly when it’s complete,” said CPS spokeswoman Marissa Gonzales.

The documentation on Leiliana’s abuse dates back at least a year and a half.

Photographs that showed Leiliana with a bruised eye, busted lip and scratch to her cheek back were taken in Nov. 2014.  Eventually the girl opened up to her grandmother and said her mother beat her because she was taking a long shower.

“She said momma reached in and hit me across the face,” said grandmother Alisa Clakley.