A kid’s health is a good thing. It’s not necessarily the best thing, but it’s a good thing nonetheless. Whether the child is sick or healthy, if you take the time to care and nurture them, you will see that they are more likely to make it through the day and enjoy it just the way they deserve.
For a long time, parents have been giving kids the most important health care: food. Now, with the internet, a lot of parents are giving kids other health care: a little more mental health care, a little more spiritual health care, and a lot of other things. It seems that most parents just kind of leave it for the kids to figure out. However, I have heard more than one parent say that this is the only way they can keep their kids healthy.
Maybe you should consider giving kids the same sort of care that you give your own kids. It sounds like it might be a lot of work, but it might not be, because as I mentioned, there are a lot of factors that go into determining a child’s well-being.
Well said. And I guess I should have said it before: If you are going to be a parent, and you want to make sure your kids are healthy, you should work harder than you imagine, because they are not just a bunch of chemicals and hormones. If your kids are going to be healthy, you need to make sure you are getting the best care and advice you can get.
Sure, you might say, but isn’t that what we’re all doing? If you’re taking care of your kids, you need to make sure they are getting the best care possible, right? Right. Well, I’m not sure that’s the case.
If you are the parent of a child who is going to be on an organ transplant waiting list, you are in a very unique position. In the U.S. alone there are roughly 6,800 children going into transplantation waiting lists every day, and each year around 15,000 of them die. It’s a tragedy and really only begins to approach the tragedy that is the death of the child in the first year of life.
For parents of children going into transplant waiting lists, there are very few options. To make up for the shortage of organs, transplant hospitals are starting to offer so called “kidz” transplants – where a patient with a particular organ that can only be found in one specific hospital is transplanted into another. The only problem is that these kids have to be in their early teens or early twenties.
It’s a new transplant practice that’s being pioneered by a group of hospitals in the United States, in which a donor’s body can be transplanted with a kid from a different hospital. The problem is that the recipient is just a kid and the donor body is a kid too. This makes the kidz pretty much useless as transplants.
Kidz are usually one of the first things you think of when you think of transplant patients. The problem is that the organs they have to harvest are usually from healthy donors. And the donor organs are usually of a much older age than the kidz. The older organs are not as effective as the younger ones because they are not well-protected, and are therefore likely to be prone to infection.
Well, with Kidz there’s no such thing as a “younger” or “older” donor organ. Kidz are the “new kids” that just got a new body when their old body has finally died.