Imagine that your child has a history of medical problems. He has been in and out of the hospital most of his life, but has been doing very well at managing his condition. When he comes down with a cold, however, you worry more than other parents might. You have been working with doctors for your child's whole life and trust that they know what they're doing. When they recommend an over-the-counter medication for your child's cold, however, the doctor you speak to forgets to mention that there is one kind you should avoid.
Honestly, I did not follow the George Zimmerman criminal trial. On the surface it appeared to be a tragic outcome but I refuse to follow the media when it attempts (successfully unfortunately) to focus public attention on situations that don't warrant the focus. Personally, I was far more moved by the 19 young, elite firefighters who lost their lives attempting to save their fellow citizens' property and preserve a section of America. In my opinion, those men and their families deserved the attention and I would have watched. Instead the public was focused on a single episode on a street in Florida.