CDC recommendation could save children’s lives

posted by
December 27, 2011
Heartland Institute
by Richard Dolinar  
Posted in Commentary

"When flying, many people secure their luggage better than they secure their children. It seldom makes much difference. Unfortunately, many choose to do the same regarding immunization, where the risks are much greater and more widespread. Before a plane takes off, the flight attendants make sure people have placed their bags properly in the overhead racks or under a seat. They also check each passenger to be sure their seatbelts are securely fastened -- if they are over two years of age. Children under two years old aren’t required to wear restraints of any kind." (12/26/11)  

Our Sponsors