Tag Archives: Child

Public Health Child Abuse: Masks, Fear and Harmful Vaccines

As Stephen Petty, certified professional engineer, industrial hygienist and safety professional, points out in this short 11-minute podcast, the truth about masks and the Plandemic is slowly leaking out. However, since mainstream media are not universally covering these stories, it is incumbent on us to ensure that our friends and family are informed. January 2,… Read More »

Mission Children’s Hospital Partnership with Mountain Child Advocacy Center Enhances Care for Babies and Children Who Are Victims of Neglect and Abuse

By Carolyn Comeau The safety and quality of life of Buncombe County’s babies and children are dependent on the adults around them. But sadly, over 4,000 children in Buncombe County alone experience neglect and physical or sexual abuse annually. – 1 in 5 children will experience abuse or neglect.– 50 percent of abuse victims are… Read More »

Does My Child Need Glasses?

Learn the common signs that your child may need glasses. Whether your family has chosen in-person or virtual learning this fall, healthy vision has to be part of your back to school plan. Most schools conduct or require vision screening each year to ensure their students are set up to learn effectively. August is Children’s… Read More »

After child sexual abuse, being “physically intact” doesn’t tell the whole story

The recent pardon of a convicted child rapist by the ex-Kentucky Governor has sparked a lot of controversies. The basis of the pardon was- “the victim’s hymen was noted to be physically intact.” Evolving studies have continuously shown that the hymen is not a reliable or accurate means to conclude sexual assault. But if physical… Read More »