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Study find that Texas has the highest maternal Mortality rate in the developed world.
Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


md4124 wrote:

All false, but then have you every posted anything that's true?


False what?

You saying migrants don't spread disease and Mexican cartels don't deal dope?


The CDC would have a report on whether or not migrants spread disease. Why don't you put effort into your posts and find that for us?
Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

KennethKenstar wrote:


The CDC would have a report on whether or not migrants spread disease. Why don't you put effort into your posts and find that for us?


http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1469-0691.2008.02694.x/pdf
Just some random quotes

he SARS outbreak is an example of how
travel aided the rapid spread of an emerging pathogen from
China to susceptible populations worldwid



Italy [5]. Chikungunya fever is another example of the contri-
bution of commerce and tourism to the dispersion of vec-
tors of infectious diseases. This infection is caused by the
CHIK virus, a zoonotic virus endemic to

Migration spreads disease. You have to be delusional to think otherwise
Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


KennethKenstar wrote:


The CDC would have a report on whether or not migrants spread disease. Why don't you put effort into your posts and find that for us?


http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1469-0691.2008.02694.x/pdf
Just some random quotes

he SARS outbreak is an example of how
travel aided the rapid spread of an emerging pathogen from
China to susceptible populations worldwid



Italy [5]. Chikungunya fever is another example of the contri-
bution of commerce and tourism to the dispersion of vec-
tors of infectious diseases. This infection is caused by the
CHIK virus, a zoonotic virus endemic to

Migration spreads disease. You have to be delusional to think otherwise


I asked for a report from the CDC about Mexican immigration spreading disease and you post pages from God knows where about the Chinese. Try again.

Are you trying to tell me that the CDC has no information on Mexicans immigration spreading disease?
Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

KennethKenstar wrote:


I asked for a report from the CDC about Mexican immigration spreading disease and you post pages from God knows where about the Chinese. Try again.

Are you trying to tell me that the CDC has no information on Mexicans immigration spreading disease? How shocking that your racist narrative is fucking bullshit.


https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/watch/chikungunya-mexico

https://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/ltbi/appendixb.htm


The majority of U.S. cases among foreign-born individuals are in people from 7 countries (Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, India, China, Haiti, and Guatemala).


https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/alert/zika-virus-mexico

Do I have to go on?

"b-but muh migrants"

Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


KennethKenstar wrote:


I asked for a report from the CDC about Mexican immigration spreading disease and you post pages from God knows where about the Chinese. Try again.

Are you trying to tell me that the CDC has no information on Mexicans immigration spreading disease? How shocking that your racist narrative is fucking bullshit.


https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/watch/chikungunya-mexico

https://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/ltbi/appendixb.htm


The majority of U.S. cases among foreign-born individuals are in people from 7 countries (Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, India, China, Haiti, and Guatemala).


https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/alert/zika-virus-mexico

Do I have to go on?

"b-but muh migrants"



The first link is about mosquitos spreading disease.

Second link doesn't mention anything about Mexicans​ spreading disease and only mentions catching the disease. It sources this web page that DOES mention countries that are high risks of spreading TB and Mexico isn't even listed!

http://www.stoptb.org/countries/tbdata.asp


I haven't even looked at the third source yet.

And I fucking knew it, it's another God damn page about mosquitos.


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If you're a male and you get infected with Zika, it lives on in your sperm long after symptoms of infection have passed.
In other words, every baby you conceive will be a veggie for quite some time after initial infection. That's a pretty big health risk to a nation that doesn't control their borders.

https://www.cdc.gov/zika/prevention/sexual-transmission-prevention.html

Also you do realize it doesn't matter where you got TB, you can still spread it?
idk about the specifics of Chikunginya or whatever the fuck, but I'm pretty sure it can spread from fluid contact as well
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KennethKenstar wrote:

The first link is about mosquitos spreading disease. Aka more BULLSHIT from user Amyas that he didn't even read.

Second link doesn't mention anything about Mexicans​ spreading disease and only mentions catching the disease. It sources this web page that DOES mention countries that are high risks of spreading TB and Mexico isn't even listed!

http://www.stoptb.org/countries/tbdata.asp


LMFAO you completely fail at every attempt to prove anything you post. I haven't even looked at the third source yet.

And I fucking knew it, it's another God damn page about mosquitos.

Literally everything you have posted is garbage racist nonsense. You use this website as a platform to exercise hate. Hate on immigrants, hate on liberals, and it's all bullshit.

And honestly, the craziest thing is that even though this is how you spend a majority of your day, you have never gotten any better at it and you continue to humiliate yourself and others that share your views every day.

Lol man oh man oh man

I don't think I can even waste another post on you ever again.


Zika is one of the worst diseases since polio. How can you call it bullshit?! It causes massive brain damage while still in the womb and causes tons of birth defects:






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Still waiting on a CDC report detailing the spread of diseases from Mexico
Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

KennethKenstar wrote:

Still waiting on a CDC report detailing the spread of diseases from Mexico

I'm not even skeptical it doesn't exist, at this point I'm just shocked how hard it is to get redhats to use the internet for things other than posting frogs


You've had more than enough links, and honestly this is just offtopic at this point.

Uncontrolled migration is a hazard to health

CDC agrees
Why do you think they have a quarantine stations for Mexico?

https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/stations/us-mexico-unit.html

https://www.cdc.gov/USMexicoHealth/


What is CDC's role in the partnership between the United States and Mexico?

Collaborates with state and local public health agencies from the United States, Mexico, and other countries in the North American region.
Coordinates and participates in infectious disease preparedness and response activities at international land and air ports-of-entry to the United States.
Conducts border and binational infectious disease surveillance and outbreak investigations.


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And the quoted text and your links have absolutely NOTHING to do with your narrative. I'm going to bed.
Posted 6/6/17 , edited 6/6/17

KennethKenstar wrote:

Still waiting on a CDC report detailing the spread of diseases from Mexico


>> after all those links posted and you still can't figure that out?
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Posted 6/6/17 , edited 6/6/17

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The First Law of Internet Debates: He who first throws a fit, losses.

Going by that rule, I'll have to declare Amyas_Leigh the winner.

Doesn't hurt that he has the better arguments and pretty much 100% of the evidence, either.


Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

KennethKenstar wrote:

And the quoted text and your links have absolutely NOTHING to do with your narrative. I'm going to bed.


Sleep tight.

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Posted 6/6/17 , edited 6/7/17
In my opinion -- There isn't just one reason why Texas has these rates but one big factor is education. Education is more then just learning facts to take with you... It's learning to be a proactive person who is aware of bad signs and prevents them. Texas does a terrible job at funding and giving education so it's general populace isn't as educated. As a result little things build up over time. Before you know it you have industries in multiple field that fester. You have a population that doesn't understand maternity as well as it should.

The problems of Texas are many of the same issues that a lot of states in the deep red part of the country (especially the south). And don't come at me with "Well it's the minorities blah blah blah..." State education is their responsibility. And they fail at astoundingly. Republicans have this quasi- Utopian work on nothing but expect people to be all right way at looking at state legislation. And when they start to have fields that fail we are all suppose to just accept that it is due to factors outside of their control (Like immigration for example). But it seems that a state like California with a huge immigration rate doesn't have even close to the same problems.

http://politicsthatwork.com/blog/blue-states-outperforming-red-states.php

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Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17

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There's also the misunderstanding that birth control is strictly to not have children. While yes, it was originally it's purpose it has solved a great amount of issues within a woman's body.

Birth Control is also a means to fix a women's mental and even physical health.

Women can suffer acute depression (even suicidal) and anxiety from their period. Usually it incurs in people with either a low or high body fat content. Fat helps produce hormones , so if there is too much or too little it causes a great amount of issues. This fat level sometimes cannot be helped. (I have a high metabolism and can't gain weight if I try). Though people who exercise a lot suffer from this low fat body content as well.

Due to the lack of hormones many women can suffer from severe anemia, which causes long, drawn out agonizing periods where they are completely bed ridden.

Birth control is a means to get their body into a healthy routine of hormones in order to fix their mental and physical health.


If people just believe it's a means to not have babies, then they are not being educated on the benefits of the pill and the lives it helped save in a way anxiety and depression pills cannot.


An additional article that I just saw.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/healthtrending/pharmacists-personal-beliefs-kept-him-from-filling-teens-prescription/ar-BBC5Vxc?li=BBnbfcL&ocid=iehp

I mean seriously people... if your religious beliefs are going to keep you from doing your JOB then maybe you should find another line of work instead of trying to force your beliefs on others.



I READ THAT EARLIER TODAY!

I was so upset. D: You don't know what her health situation is to tell her she can't have that or not. He just assumed it was for an abortion.Then Walgreens agreeing to it. >_<

I understand it stinks doing things against someone's beliefs, but..just bite the bullet and do your job. If I had a nickle for every time I didn't personally agree with a customer or they made me feel uncomfortable I would have been a millionaire by now.
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Posted 6/5/17 , edited 6/6/17
The First Law of Internet Debates: He who first throws a fit, losses.

Going by that rule, I'll have to declare Amyas_Leigh the winner.

Doesn't hurt that he has the better arguments and pretty much 100% of the evidence, either.
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