Kmetz 1 Staci Kmetz Mr.Karwatsky Freshman Seminar, Per.1 17 January, 2017 Vaccinations, a public health concern, should be enforced for every age group as it prevents dangerous even deadly infections with the body’s natural defense to help develop immunity to disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is highly and recommended to immunizations for people of all ages (CDC). Believing myths of immunization in the core is the problem. As more and more people choose to not vaccinate will begin to start battling diseases that we have conquered years ago (CDC). Immunizations cause a huge public concern.
Although some citizens believe that vaccine are harmful and they should get to choose if they get them or not, vaccines can be justified as a safe, effective method to stay immune to diseases. In order to ensure the health of the public and prevent illnesses, it is essential to make vaccines mandatory. When people are not vaccinated, they have a high risk of developing disease, which can lead to sickness and possible death. According to UNICEF, a program providing humanitarian and developmental assistance, 16,000 children die every day from preventable or treatable causes. This statistic shows how many lives we are losing due to the fact that people are not vaccinated.
In today’s society individuals who are against vaccinations believe that vaccines, most notably the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine, are causing our children to develop Autism. Many people who share this belief are involved in a movement known today as the anti-vaccine movement. While not a new movement, it is making headlines and gaining traction due to the
I hear a lot that after a baby gets vaccinations they tend to be sick for a couple days, They will have side effects such as high fevers and swelling. I can see why that would concern some parents because no one wants to see their baby suffer, But I would rather have my child be sick with something that can be solved with some Tylenol than something that can affect my child for a lifetime. My last question is that are we seeing the disease that we haven 't seen for decades now because people are vaccinating their children. I believe that it is true, we are seeing these old diseases because the disease is still out, but majority of the US are immune to it because we were vaccinated and now that it is a trend to not vaccinate your children we are seeing more and more kids getting disease that has been obsolete for years. Also, believe that because these diseases have been obsolete that the doctors do not have up to date treatment plans for them and that 's why these young children who are not immunized are catching these diseases and dying
Since the first invention of vaccines, there has been public resistance to vaccination. Resistance to the idea of vaccination is as old as the invention of vaccines themselves, with disputes ranging from the effectiveness and safety of vaccines to the threat to civil liberty that compulsory vaccination campaigns could pose. The CDC recommends a set of vaccinations for every child. These recommended vaccines lower the risk of contraction and develop immunity against many types of diseases. Some agree that vaccination protects the child and when most children are vaccinated, this creates herd immunity.
It 's difficult to see your little child get a shot, but experts agree that vaccinations are vital for children 's health. Parents need to know the risk their child is in when they deny the vaccine shot when they are newborns. There are many things that that can happen if you deny the vaccine shot on your child for example harmful diseases, disability and they can even die. Most of the time kids die because they can not stand
Introduction Protecting your child’s health is very important, that’s why most parents choose immunsations. Nothing protects children better from 14 serious childhood diseases. This investigation will help to determine the reason to vaccinate children and how not vaccinating can impact on society. A guiding question ‘Do you believe children should be vaccinated’ is to help guide this essay I have three focus questions these include: 1. What are the reasons to vaccinate children?
Vaccines are made from all different ingredients and if a concern parent is involved in vaccinations then the parent should know everything about the vaccination. For example if a child has a allergic reaction to the shot but does not cause autism, he just gets light headed or a few bumps then maybe those are side effects. Side effects are better because the child may feel ill for a few days but that does not mean he will have autism or some form of it Nelson states the “WHO and other aid organizations helped to drive home the necessity of controlling diseases in developing countries” (Nelson 712). The World Health Organization controls the diseases and tries to not cause autism to children. Scientist also study the rates and ratios on vaccines too.
ABSTRACT Vaccination is an artificial method of creating immunization to certain disease. Although vaccines are assumed safe, they have been associated with numerous health hazards. The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program compensates people injured by vaccines. Under the new law which is going into effect July 1, 2016, children are banned from private and public school unless they meet the vaccination requirements. Some uncommon facts regarding vaccines are presented.
When someone decides that they don’t want to vaccinate their children, they do not only endanger their child, they endanger the people around them. Because a vaccine only works 95% of the time, those people in the 5% can contract the disease from the people who did not get the vaccine. Which is why vaccinations should be controlled by the government, and not the parents. When irresponsible parents decide their child cannot and should not be vaccinated, they put all the people around them at risk of sickness and even