Creative Kids: The Solution to the World’s Problems?

Written by dad - 2 Comments

As we were driving by the Health Department the other day, our ten year old piped up and said:

“Dad, do you know what would be a great idea? Vaccine pops. You know, lollipops with vaccines built in. Or maybe popsicles, since those are even easier to eat. That would be awesome, because everybody hates shots.”‘

Brilliant. Ignoring for the moment that delivering vaccines into an acid-filled stomach might not be a particularly effective approach, this sort of creative thinking that has me convinced that the world would be a better place if all of the bigwig think tanks included a few imaginative kids.

Published on October 15th, 2007 - 2 Comments
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  1. brilliant

    wish i could get my calcium in a tootsie pop

    Comment by Dallas Meow — Oct 16th 2007 @ 8:39 pm
  2. I agree more though needs to be put into the administration of vaccines. Polio had a simple delivery system. I write a lot about health and alternatives on my blog at http://www.nuganics.com.au
    Cheers Tim

    Comment by Tim Lester — Nov 4th 2007 @ 7:59 am

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