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Posted in vaccines by Kathy on January 4, 2009

I’ve found a blog that I’ve been keeping up with that has a lot of vaccine-related posts lately: Baby Dust Diaries. Not all the posts are about vaccines, of course, but the majority of the latest posts have been related to it, with a lot of links and information I haven’t seen before.


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  1. ronnie said, on January 7, 2009 at 2:16 am

    hi i am the father of a 17 year old who had a reaction to the dpt vaccine in 1991.today he can.t walk or talk and he has seizures.Do you think i sould have a blog or website to tell more parents what can happen to there kids? thanks Ronnie

    • Kathy said, on January 7, 2009 at 1:06 pm

      A blog or a website would be good. I’d suggest a blog if you’re going to be regularly updating or changing the content; if you just want to tell the story one time and be done with it, then a website might be better. However, I think a blog tends to get higher ratings on search engines if you regularly write new posts. You may not think you have a lot to write about, but you could easily find enough material in talking about the past 17 years, what you’ve gone through, what he’s gone through, what your doctors told you (or didn’t tell you) about the vaccine before it was administered, what you were told after he had a reaction, etc. Setting up a blog is easy and free; a website costs a little bit (I think you can buy a domain for somewhere around $7), and you’ll have to design it somehow (I’m assuming there is software, maybe even free software online somewhere), or pay somebody to do it for you, but a blog is already basically set up for you, although you can personalize it.

      You can also go around on different websites and blogs that talk about vaccines and tell your story as much as you can, to also get the word out.

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