Watch the Show
KLG & Hoda
acethestace's Recent Activity
Disney Measles Outbreak Came From Overseas, CDC Says
Thu Jan 29, 2015
I have said this in several other articles. My mom vaccinated me late for whatever reason and had me fully vaccinated for school. They sent me away from my kindergarten shots because I had the measles. I was sick and it was no picnic, but it wasn't bad. I was fortun …
Mom of teen not vaccinated for measles fires back at critics
Wed Jan 21, 2015
That girl is a prime example of who the herd immunity is to protect. Everyone who is safe to have the vaccines should have to for creating a strong herd.
Pope: Good Catholics Don't Have to Mate 'Like Rabbits'
Tue Jan 20, 2015
I think I feel vindicated for only having 2 kids in a Traditional Catholic church in a majority Catholic area. I had issues having kids and often find myself wedged in between "Good Catholic Families" with 5 kids. They are beautiful, and well cared for, but I always felt like less. …
It's freezing, but boys just want to wear shorts! Should you let them?
Wed Jan 14, 2015
I am laughing at this. I have two boys. I told the elementary school aged one that he goes out to recess so he doesn't get to wear shorts and when it is cold cold he has to wear a coat. My oldest wears shorts every day but polar vortex like days. In eighth grade we had to scr …
Chipotle Takes Pork Off Menu After Animal-Welfare Audit
Wed Jan 14, 2015
I would love to see the locations of the stores where they are pulling pulled pork. Hmm. I think they are cow towing to Muslims. Also, conventional pork is not unhealthy. It is a problem to serve it if you are serving niche market organics. Hmm. I don't go to Chip …
Common as Dirt: New Antibiotic May Conquer Superbugs
Wed Jan 7, 2015
I am pleased. My dad had MRSA in his blood and lungs. Over 90 percent of the people that have that die. He was given intravenous vancomiasin (sp?). He was given it for several weeks until his kidneys were shutting down, and they pulled him off of it and he recovered. It took …
Biological Bad Luck Blamed in Two-Thirds of Cancer Cases
Thu Jan 1, 2015
It is called Compression of Morbidity. After WWII technology boomed. Vaccinations reduced deaths due to disease. With the prosperity of the baby boom nutrition improved. People started living longer and hence cancer began to be a greater factor in morbidity. Demographic …
Flu Epidemic Hits U.S. Early This Year
Tue Dec 30, 2014
I got it. I am a week and a half in. I am just starting to feel better. I got the flu shot. I am 43. My younger sister got pneumonia from it. It is a very bad flu.
War Vets Cast Aside Costly Prosthetic Arms, Citing Usability
Fri Dec 19, 2014
My sister in law was born with one arm. When my youngest son was little he said he wanted to be an engineer. She told him to be an engineer who creates prosthetic arms. She said years ago that she wanted one that works, is comfortable and useful. She doesn't wear one either.& …
Once obese but starving Texas girl sees a healthy future months after surgery
Thu Dec 11, 2014
I am so glad this sweet, spunky little girl is improving. Wishing you all the best and a Merry Christmas.
Questions & Answers
acethestace hasn't answered any TODAY questions yet.
Are you a procrastineater?
Which #NoShaveTODAY beard did you like best?
Should Ray Rice be signed by an NFL team?
Did the grand jury make the right decision in the Ferguson case?
American Music Awards: Best dressed
Which of the Kindest Kid finalists should win the grand prize?
How much do you love mayo?
Who's your favorite pop culture Jesus
What's the biggest challenge you've had as a couple after having children?
Other TODAY users
TODAY.com is a production of
Terms & conditions - New