Happy Day After Mother's Day when WHO tell us JUST what it thinks of mothers. Chelsea Clinton is part of a WHO Global Campaign devoted to catching up OPC - other people's children - who are "behind" on the pediatric vaccination schedule. (See below) Her McKinsey career prepared her for this. Or, perhaps she was placed at McKinsey to prepare for this? Imagine if every restaurant that was shuttered during the pandemic was allowed to push all those lost meals on diners to recoup their losses? This catch up campaign does not seem interested in safety data (is there any?) or potential for harm. Full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes! Children's Health Defense TV has more.
In the news ‘This Week’: the CDC director announces her resignation, Chelsea Clinton goes public with a mass vaccination campaign, the Metaverse faces backlash, meat consumption is threatened and more. Viewers, be sure to watch this episode on CHD.TV! WATCH HERE.
The WHO initiative is HERE. Guess which disease is mentioned. Rhymes with oleo.
Global partners announce a new effort – “The Big Catch-up” – to vaccinate millions of children and restore immunization progress lost during the pandemic
Here's a Mother's Day Hat Trick of Skyhorse Publishing books from Helena Hjalmarsson.
Many of us have made our lives so noisy, overwhelming, sensory craving and data driven that we have somehow missed the most fundamental part about ourselves and our lives. Learning how to work with every process, every situation, every relationship intuitively; learning to love what is, to let go, to have faith and find stillness; to foster one’s intuition and become creative in our own lives is something we can all achieve. To illustrate these concepts, Hajlmarsson calls on her decades of experience and work as a psychotherapist. But most significantly, her life as an autism parent, accounted for in her previous books, Finding Lina 2013 and Beyond Autism 2019, which has taught her where to find that elusive freedom and harmony: inside herself. Hjalmarsson believes that the solution to life's chaos, this freedom and harmony—this love—is accessible to all.
Finding Lina: A Mother's Journey from Autism to Hope
Lina was a precocious toddler—charming, chatty, joyful. At the age of three, in the aftermath of her second MMR vaccine, first came a seizure, and then, to her parents’ horror, the loss of Lina’s ability to play, use language, and control her impulses. Over the next few years they continued to lose Lina. She communicated her acute discomfort by biting, screaming, hitting, laughing maniacally, and throwing violent tantrums. As a single mother, with the help of her ex-husband, Helena Hjalmarsson tirelessly pursued every possible avenue to find a diagnosis, and more importantly a treatment, for her daughter, and the search continues to this day.
A Passionate Memoir about Life with a Teenage Daughter with Severe Autism, Following the Progress of Acclaimed Book, Finding Lina. Like her passionate first book, Finding Lina, about her daughter with severe autism, Helena Hjalmarsson brings an intensity of purpose and love to her second memoir about Lina, Beyond Autism. Lina’s world is one of excruciating challenges. Helena’s world is the same, but with her own insights, indominable spirit, and amazing clarity she sheds light and hope for other parents, siblings and caretakers of children with autism, as well as the children with autism themselves.