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When a Hospital Makes a Grave Mistake

By Jason Bottlinger on September 21, 2017

When an Omaha mother left her child at Children’s Home Healthcare, she thought her daughter would receive much-needed care. But an hour later, she received a phone call that no parent ever wants to receive.

According to Fox 42, the 19-month old girl had suffered cardiac arrest due to a seizure at the Omaha hospital near 78th and Farnam. The seizure led to her death. After an internal investigation, the hospital reported that they believe “human error” caused the accident.
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Immunizations: Yay or Nay?

By Jason Bottlinger on September 6, 2017

August was National Immunization Awareness Month. It’s the perfect time to visit one of America’s most controversial topics: immunizations. Basically, immunization is the method of vaccinating people to make them immune to certain diseases. A vaccine is either a dead or weak disease organism that is administered through injection, by mouth, or even by aerosol.

Proponents of immunization value it as a modern, medical marvel. The opposition sees it as a problem that could cause more harm than good.

Let’s dive right in.
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