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  • Vaccine Vaccine

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    them to fight against invading bacteria and viruses. Vaccines safely contain weak versions of pathogens in order to stimulate antibodies which results in immunity to that disease, therefore benefiting the person. Immunizations benefit society by preventing 2-3 million deaths annually (Nesson 18). Yet people wrongly choose to not vaccinate their children which leads to outbreaks of returning deadly diseases. In recent years, rumors have linked vaccines and autism or other diseases together. Due to those

  • Are Vaccines Necessary? Vaccines?

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    Are vaccines necessary ? Vaccines were created in 1798; now, there are numerous vaccines that protect us against diseases. Yet, a growing number of parents are deciding to not vaccinate their children for various reasons, such as Autism. As a result, immensely transmittable diseases are becoming more likely to spread; this causes everyone to become the victim. Although some say that vaccines can cause autism, parents need to vaccinate their children, because immunizations save lives, the vaccine-preventable

  • Advantages Of Vaccine Vaccine

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    and fever often associated with the virus. Before the use of the varicella vaccine, “approximately 11,000 people were hospitalized for the illness in the United States each year, and 100 died per year”, states Rhonda (478). Diseases

  • Essay On Vaccine And Vaccines

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    Immunizations: The Facts Ever since the early 1950’s, vaccinating children has played a substantial role in saving many lives. A vaccine is a small sample that creates immunity from a specific disease that can be given by needle injections, orally, or nasal sprays. An immunization is the individual’s process where he or she becomes protected from a disease. Not only are vaccines typically easy to receive at the local doctor’s office but they also don’t hurt more then a pinch. This seems to spark the idea

  • Vaccines In Vaccines

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    to the infection is called immunization. This process is usually performed by the administration of a vaccine to stimulate the person’s immune system to protect them against a subsequent infection or disease. According to the World Health Organization (2016), more than 5 million deaths were prevented annually between 2010 and 2015 due to vaccinations that were used around the world. Vaccines work with the natural ability of the human immune system to develop immunity to fight disease. When a

  • Vaccine

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    Vaccine Children are one of God's best gifts to people, as watching their children grow is one of the best pleasures people enjoy during their life course. For this reason, parents must take good care of their children during their early years, as they are vulnerable to many diseases due to their weak immunity. There are many diseases, infecting children, that may lead to death such as the polio disease. Scientists found a solution to this problem, by injecting a tiny sample of the virus into the

  • Vaccines

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    Vaccines: Fact vs. Fiction Introduction Vaccines have been developed to prevent the spread of diseases that have serious effects on the world’s population. The more individuals that go unvaccinated the greater the chance that these diseases, that are easily preventable, are spread. The issue of vaccinating children has been a recent "hot button" issue and highly debated. Parents have many reasons for not vaccinating their children. More often than not, I have heard from parents who say that they

  • Vaccines: The Pros And Cons Of Vaccines

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    According to the CDC, all vaccines carry a risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) in about one per million children. Most vaccine-preventable diseases can cause serious or life-threatening infections in infants and young children. For example, exposure and infection with polio can occur at a very young age and can cause paralysis, so the vaccine should be given to infants as soon as possible. People should be aware of what vaccines are capable to do other than save lives, because

  • Smallpox Vaccines And The Smallpox Vaccine

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    The Chinese were the first to start using vaccines back in 1000AD against smallpox and were followed in Africa and Turkey with similar techniques. The first vaccine in the United States was in 1721 by Cotton Mather, a Puritan minister. He used a smallpox vaccination in response to an outbreak. Edward Jenner, an English physician and scientist, created the first smallpox vaccine using cowpox in 1796 and this vaccine was used for years being updated and eventually smallpox was eliminated. Benjamin

  • The Dangers Of Vaccines: The Benefits Of Vaccines

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    Vaccines have the possibility of protecting people from infectious diseases and viruses. Some do not agree to vaccinate. Even though some are hesitant when considering vaccines because of perceived fears, everyone should receive vaccines to protect themselves from the harmful viruses and diseases, because scientists have provided information proving their safety, vaccines are able to protect people from viruses and diseases, and there are many benefits of vaccinations. Vaccinations have benefits