How to tell if your kids are getting their shots from a drugstore pharmacy
According to Dr. Tom McDaniel, the doctor at the University of South Carolina, you can be 100% sure your kids have gotten their shots at a pharmacy.
He told Entertainment Weekly that you can get a 100% “100% positive” result.
That means you can tell if a particular product was administered by a pharmacist who was familiar with the medication.
For example, if you see your child get a shot in a drug store and they look like they’ve had a couple shots, you’ll know the shot is coming from a pharmacy and not a parent.
You’ll also want to be sure the pharmacist was on duty.
“A pharmacist needs to be there, and they need to be available,” McDaniel said.
“And they need a reason for not being there.”
This is just one of the reasons McDaniel believes there’s so much misinformation about how your kids’ shots are delivered.
There’s a lot of misinformation about what happens to your children’s shots.
And it’s hard to keep up with the amount of new information about vaccines.
“I think there’s a big misconception that the pharmaceutical companies are telling us the truth and saying we’re not going to have any issues with it,” McDavid said.
McDaniel also said there’s also a lot less trust in the pharmaceutical industry.
“Most people trust the pharmaceutical corporations, they trust the government,” he said.
But, “most people have no idea that we have the vaccine manufacturers telling us that they are doing everything possible to make sure that we’re getting the vaccine, because we know we’re safe.”
So, while you may not want to let your kids know it’s a safe, and safe way to get their shots, just remember that the best way to protect yourself and your family is to keep your mouth shut.