| Toms Sko 7/17(金) 17:29:53 No.20150717172953|
Mr. McCarthy, you read your own words disingenuously. Your original letter, as I pointed out before, clearly shows that you are in favor of a driving range. You may revise that point, but say so honestly. This back pedaling on statements clearly included in your letter is tiresome and, frankly, irrelevant. If you don't like the "dentist" comment, then say so but don't begin to believe nor state that this is the entirety of expression by those who oppose a driving range, arguments of supported fact that have been expressed many times, over and over, on these blog threads.Amy Gilbert, Family Practice says, "Pregnant women are one of the top priorities to get the flu vaccine."Research shows, a greater proportion of pregnant women infected with H1N1 have been hospitalized, some have even died.Dr. Gilbert says, "We been giving the regular flu vaccine to pregnant women for many years the new vaccine for the H1N1 is being made by the same factories with the same rules, they not fly by night institutions coming up with a vaccine real quick."Mother of three, and school teacher, Carrie Haakenson says, there no way she would go without getting the vaccination.Carrie Haakenson, mother and teacher says, "I think there that worry about the unknown but because of all the research that been done on all the vaccinations they give to people, that been why I always voted to go ahead with it."Carrie also consulted her pediatrition who gave her the go ahead.She and baby Stella will both have had the seasonal flu shot, and both intend to get the H1N1 vaccine once it ready.Health officials say, it should be available by mid October.Doctors also suggest pregnant women get a season flu shot, but not to use a nasal spray because it not approved for use in pregnant women.If you decide to get a the H1N1 vaccine, doctors say pregnant women may need two doses.Q: Why does CDC recommend that pregnant women receive the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine?A.