By delaying vaccinations it can increase the risk of vaccine-preventable diseases. Getting a vaccine-preventable disease could be fatal. Vaccines should be received as a general caution, so that vaccine-preventable diseases do not become fatal, just to be safe. The vaccinations that are most commonly given prevent humans from disease that are not as common now, but not getting the vaccination could still be dangerous because an outbreak can happen at any time. Doctors do recommend that getting vaccines is the smart idea.
Many parents ask, are vaccines safe for my child? I am one of those parents but the more research that I have done, has put wondering thoughts to rest. Many parents believe that vaccinations are linked to the causes of autism, multiple sclerosis, asthma and many other health problems. Although many parents have legitimate reasoning to not have their children receive vaccines, there are more pros than cons to receiving the vaccines. In rare cases children have became sick after immunizations, some life threatening.
Although some say that vaccines can cause autism, parents need to vaccinate their children, because immunizations save lives, the vaccine-preventable diseases are highly dangerous, and vaccines are safe and reliable to use. Immunizations save lives by preventing specific diseases. Vaccines are created from the virus that is trying to be prevented. Different techniques are used for different viruses; however, repeatedly growing the vaccine to create a weaker strand is the most common. This allows the body to see what the virus is like without actually infecting the patient.
Many people have strong opinions on whether or not you should vaccinate your children. Although there are some people in between that allow their kids to get some vaccines, most who oppose do not give their child any. In the Frontline documentary “Vaccine War,” there was clearly a for and opposed group for vaccines. Both sides made points throughout the documentary outlining their beliefs. People who do not vaccinate their children do so for many different reasons.
A vaccine is a substance that is an antibiotic that is used to help prevent or cure someone of a particular disease. Just like most medicines, vaccines can have minor or major side effects. These effects have caused a large debate between parents and doctors about how serious these effects could be. In the United States, from the day you are born you will start receiving vaccines to help prevent and cure illnesses, but these vaccines may be more harmful to a person then it is meant to be. Before you give birth to your child, one of the many things you need to think about is whether or not you will be allowing a doctor to vaccinate your child.
Without vaccines, there would be many little children running around sick. Diseases can be very painful and sometimes deadly, this is why children get vaccinated, so they do not have to worry about catching a disease and dealing with the symptoms. Some parents prefer not to vaccinate their child, because they are misinformed on the vaccines or see bad things on social media about it. The truth is they are just putting their child in danger by not getting them vaccinated. An instance that was recorded by the National Network for Immunization stated that, “A couple in Tennessee, confused about vaccines safety because of what they read on the internet, decided to delay their daughter’s vaccinations.
Some people believe that the children should be vaccinated. people say that vaccine are safe. vaccinating children will protect future generation from getting a type of diseases or virus. in the other hand some people may think vaccinating their child is dangerous risk because some parents are scared of what the vaccine is going to do to their child. Although believe that the vaccines is a good product because it can eliminate virus, many parents vaccinate their child on a early age so they can be safe.
Some claim that the vaccines pose a dangerous health risk to young children that can amount from anything to a weakened immune system, to developing secondary disease from the vaccine. As well, some see vaccinations as non-effective and don’t see why they should immunize and potentially put their child at risk. Also, anti vaccine parents do not feel they should be held socialy responsible for not protecting their child and putting others at risk. These are legitimate concerns, but if you look at how diseases have been irradiated, the vast amounts of research done, and countless children’s lives saved because of vaccinations, you might ask yourself why people would decide to not protect the ones
An example of this is the DPT (Diphtheria, Pertussis, and Tetanus) vaccine. Infants are meant to receive at 2/3/4 months. However, there are several side effects that parents fear, although very unlike to occur, they are very drastic and have stopped parents have letting their children have the vaccine. People have also been unsure about the effectiveness of the diphtheria vaccine, infact when the vaccine was once compulsory; there was a 17... ... middle of paper ... ...errible diseases that could harm them, and since the vaccines have been introduced, there have been lower death rates in children. There may be some side effects to some of the vaccinations, but it is not worth risking not vaccinating them.
Two sides to every argument exist. The argument is whether to vaccinate children or not. Most parents vaccinate their children because they want to protect their children against preventable diseases. Others do not vaccinate their children because they want to protect them from the diseases the vaccine causes. At times it may be difficult to determine whether or not to vaccinate children.