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Make sure your children are up-to-date on vaccines before sending them back to school. School-age children, from preschoolers to college students, need vaccines.
s online resources and tools to check the recommended vaccines for your children. to the If your Child is missing vaccines, Malcolm X Clinic is at your disposal to help your protect all your loved ones against serious diseases.
|Posted on July 3, 2014 at 12:13 PM||comments (27)|
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What You Can Do!!
We are so grateful for donations from our community to help our clients in need and we are very fortunate to have a partnership with a clothing store in the community who is able to help fulfill the clothing needs of the children in our custody. However, we are in great need of Welcome Boxes and/or Wal-Mart gift cards. If you are interested in putting together a Welcome Box, the items are as follows:
1 Plastic shoebox sized container
1 Body Wash/Bar Soap
1 Pack of Hair Ties
1 Small Toy
Or, we will gladly accept a gift card to Wal-Mart of any amount. Any items and/or gift cards that you are able to collect can be dropped off at our Creating Hope Donation Center at:
249 Thornhill Drive Fort Worth, TX 76115 Monday –Thursday, 8AM-1PM.
|Posted on January 29, 2014 at 3:11 PM||comments (32)|
Check out the success stories below to find out more of Joel Alejandro Castillo, and his efforts to make Health Care first.
|Posted on November 26, 2013 at 2:30 PM||comments (31)|
Our clinic will be open on Wed, Nov. 27th 2013 until 12:00 p.m.
Our Clinic will be CLOSED on:
Thursday, Nov. 28th 2013
Friday, Nov. 29th 2013
We will open for normal Hours on Dec. 2nd 2013
|Posted on November 19, 2013 at 1:46 PM||comments (55)|
FALL HAS ARRIVED AND SO HAS THE INFLUENZA SEASON, which means that your child has already caught at least one cold.
If you’ve got a kid between the ages of 2 and 7, the nasal spray is definitely the way to go. According to a 2012 systematic review of the scientific literature, among kids this age, the spray has an efficacy of 83 percent. This is very high—by comparison, the flu shot, among kids this age, has only about 48 percent efficacy. But what does “83 percent efficacy” actually mean? What it doesn’t mean is that, for every 100 kids who get the inoculation, 83 are spared of the flu. Instead, it’s a relative risk comparison, which means that kids who get the vaccine are 83 percent less likely to get the flu than kids who don’t get the vaccine. If you average the data from the 10 trials included in the 2012 systematic review, 16 percent of unvaccinated kids caught the flu, whereas only 3.4 percent of those who got the nasal vaccine did. (I know it seems like a higher percentage of kids get the flu each year. But keep in mind there are many, many flu-like viruses out there that aren’t actually influenza. Flu vaccines only prevent those that are influenza, a point that some vaccine skeptics, such as Dr. Mercola, seem to miss when they argue that the flu vaccine doesn’t prevent illness in general. No—it does not.)
FOR THE REMAINDING OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER GET THE INTRANASAL INFLUENZA FOR FREE.
VISIT OUR SOUTH DALLAS LOCATION OR CALL 214-428-2010 FOR MORE INFO.